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We, the 1963 Torch Staff, hope 
that this yearbook will become one 
of the most cherished of Your high 
school memories. The Staff has 
attempted to present You with a 
vivid account of the many memorable 
events that have taken place here at 
Tenney High. We sincerely hope that 
this yearbook will help You re-live 
some of the many friendships, activi- 
ties, and memories in which You 
have taken part. 



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MR. W. EARL LISTER 
B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Principal 
Yearbook Advisor 




MISS DOROTHY CHADWICK 
B.S., Ed.M. 
Dean of Girls 



MR. ALFRED N. LAW 
B.S., Ed.M. 
Guidance Director 
Student Council Advisor 





profound interest that our Advisor 
Mr. William E. Russell has taken in 
us. We have a deep appreciation and 
respect for the assistance, patience, 
and support he has so unselfishly 
given. 



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MR. LAWRENCE CADOGAN 
"Quiet, Please!" 

A.B., Columbia University; M.Ed., Salem 

State 

Civics 

MR. PAUL CONSTANTINEAU 
"Learn your planing rules." 
Wentworth Institute, Certified Teacher 
Woodworking 



MISS ALICE COULSON 

"The verb to be never, never, never takes an 
object." 

A.B., Trinity College; M.Ed., Calvin Coolidge 

College 

English 



MISS ROSE DANIELIAN 

"You get out of life what you put into it." 

B.S. in Ed., Boston Universfty; M.Ed., Calvin 

Coolidge College 

Civics 




MRS. CLAIRE DERBY 
"That's right." 
B.A., Cornell University 
Latin II, Commercial Engfish II 



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MISS KATHLEEN DORAN 
"Slant your Strokes." 

B.S., Boston University; M.Ed., Calvin Coolidge 
College 

Stenography, General Business, Head of Com- 
mercial Department, Blue and White Faculty 
Advisor 




MR. GERARD GAGNE 
"Pour demain vous allez avoir 
B.A., Merrimack College 
Latin I, French III and IV 



MRS. MAY GEREMONTY 
"You don't step on my toes, and I won't 
step on your toes." 
B.S., University of New Hampshire 
General Science, Head of Science Depart- 
ment 

MR. ALBERT GOEBEL 
"Knock it off, chatterbox." 
B.A., Merrimack College 
General Math 










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MR. JOHN HANNIGAN 

"Anything almost right is wrong." 

Ph.B., Georgetown University; M.Ed. Calvin 

Coolidge College 

United States History 



MR. JOHN HEGGARTY 
"Hello." 

A.B., St. Michael's College 
Senior and General Math 



MRS. LULIAN HERSHFIELD ^ QJ* 
"Get rid of that garbage (gum)." 
B.S., Temple University 
College English 






MRS. SHIRLEY HOVANASIAN 
"Louder!" 

B.S., Syracuse University 
Public Speaking 



MR. THOMAS JENNINGS 

"Have you checked out yet?" 

B.S., B.A., Boston University; M.Ed., Salem 

Teachers' College 

College and General English 



MR. ALFRED JONES, JR. 
"Gentlemen." 

A.B., Virginia Union University; B.D., Andover 
Newton Theological School 
Commercial and General English 




MISS MARTHA LANGE 
"Die Aufgabe fur Morgen . . ." 
A.B., Radcliffe College; M.Ed., Harvard Univer- 
sity 

College English, German 1 and II 
Librarian 




'Oooh, what a good class.' 



MISS RUTH LANGE 
"Take your homeroom seats, please." 
B.S., Salem State College; M.Ed., Boston Univer- 
sity 

Typing, Office Practice 




MRS. RUTH LOCKABY 
"Leave those typewrite* alone!" 
B.S., Boston University 
Algebra, Plane Geometry 



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MR. JAMES McDERMOTT 
"Yawn." 

B.A., St. Anselms College; M.Ed., Salem State 
College 

Senior and General Science 






MR. JOSEPH MELIA MRS. MILDRED MONROE MRS. MARY MORAN 

"That was corny, wasn't it!" "Marvelous!" "Quiet down!" 

B.S., M.Ed., Boston University A.B., Jackson College B.A., Notre Dame College 

Visual Art College, Commercial, and General English General Business, Business Law, Geography 




MRS. MARGARET MORGAN 
"Use both sides of the paper!" 
B.S., College of New Rochelle 
Typing 




"Now that the vacation is over . . ." 



MR. JOHN O'WRIL 
"Line-hopping again?" 
Fitchburg State 
Machine Shop 



MR. JOSEPH PAPPALARDO 
"Quiz tomorrow." 
B.S., Merrimack College 
United States History 



MR. WILLIAM PICCERILLO 
"Let's have a review." 
A.B., Boston University; 
College 
Italian 

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A.M., Middlebury 




MRS. FRANCES RICHARDSON 
"Bonjour, mes amis." 
A.B., Jackson College 
French 



MR. JOHN RIMAS 
"What seems to be your trouble?'' 
B.A., Merrimack College 
General English 




MR. LEONARD RUSHTON 
"Pardon the interruption, but 
B.S., Colby College; M.Ed., 
College; M.A., Portia 
Consumer Education and Law, 
Democracy, Geography 



Calvin Coolidge 
Problems of 



MR. WILLIAM RUSSELL' 
"Is that O.K. with you, girls?" 
A.B., St. Anselm's College; M.Ed., Salem State 
College 

Physics, Chemistry 



MISS CLAIRE ST. PIERRE 
"What's your debit and credit?" 
B.S., Salem State College 
Bookkeeping I and II 



MISS EVELYN RUSHTON 

"Water, water, everywhere . . ." 

A.B., Colby College; M.Ed., Calvin Coolidge 

College 

College English, Head of English Department 




"You, 



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MR. JOSEPH SHEA 
"Detention!" 

A.B., Merrimack College; M.Ed., Boston College 
Algebra I and II, Plane Geometry 





MISS MARJORIE SHERMAN 

"Pick up your paper." 

B.A., Smith; M.Ed., Calvin Coolidge College 

Algebra I, Head of Mathematics Department 




MISS ELIZABETH SMITH 
"Well, now, boys and girls." 
A.B., Emmanuel College; 
Coolidge College 
World History 



M.Ed., Calvin 



MRS. MARIE TIERNEY 
"Where's your corridor pass?" 
A.B., Emmanuel College 
General Science, Biology 



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"Who's hiding under the balcony?" 



MISS RUTH WRIGHT 

"I did not make the rules and regulations." 
A.B., University of New Hampshire; M.Ed., 
Calvin Coolidge College 

World History, Head of Social Studies Depart- 
ment. 



MR. GEORGE WINN 
"Let's get the kits in." 
Georgetown University 
Mechanical Drawing 



MR. JOHN ZIMINSKI 

"Read the next two chapters for tonight." 

B.A., Merrimack College 

Biology 




MR. JOHN BURKE 

"Which side of the road are we on?' 
A.B., Norwich University 
Driver Education 





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MISS CAROL BAILEY 
"That's right, that's right." 
B.S., Sargent College 

Girls' Physical Education, Field Hockey, Basket- 
ball and Softball Coach 



MR. WILLIAM GOSSELIN 

"One, two, three . . . wrestle!" 

B.A., Arizona 

Boys' Physical Education, Football Coach 
(head) 



MR. EDWARD COMTOIS 

"Sing or leave." 
Choral Music 




MRS. HAZEL HADFIELD 

"Violins produce beautiful tones." 

Orchestra Assistant, Strings Instructor 



MR. HAROLD McDONNELL 
"Let's try that one again." 
B.S., Calvin Coolidge College; M.Ed., Cal- 
vin Coolidge College 

Supervisor of Music, Band and Orchestra, 
Intrumental Music 




MR. RENE MORISSETTE 

"Attention!" 

Drill Instructor 



MRS. FLORENCE BYRNE 
Secretary 



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MISS SARAH FORREST 
Secretary 





WILLIAM KOSTREWA 
Head 



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PRESIDENT CORRINE KONDRY VICE PRESIDENT RONALD DYER 

SECRETARY WENDY SLEEPER TREASURER ARLYNE QUIAMBAO 



Graduation is the end of a carefree, though somewhat 
sheltered life, and the beginning of a more serious and 
challenging one, filled with new plans, dreams, and as- 
pirations. As we, the Class of 1963, graduate, we are 
filled with mixed emotions— joy for the many friends and 
memories we will never forget, and regret for all we 
have left behind. We can never realize nor measure all 
the education we have acquired here at Tenney Memorial 
High School through instruction, discipline, associations, 
and our own experiences. May God guide us in the many 
decisions we will have to make, and may He grant us 
humility and perseverance to accept and to fulfill our new 
roles in life. 



Corrine M. Kondry 






KAREN ALLARD 
"Kazz" 

Ambition: To be a Commercial Artist 
"A heart as big as her smile" 
Class Treasurer 1; Pep Club 2; Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Astronomy Club 2; Ski 
Club 3, Vice President 4; Senior Play 
Committee 4; Senior Prom Committee 
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BEVERLY R. AKAM 
"Bev" 

Ambition.- Secretary 
"Sincerity leads to success" 
Junior Historical Society 1, 2, 3, 
4; Student Leader 3, 4; Yearbook 
Representative; Varsity Basket- 
ball 4 



ANTHONY A. ALIANIELLO 

"Tony" 

Ambition: To operate an IBM 
and to futher my education 
"A light heart lives long" 
Talent Show 2; Pep Club 2; Ski 
Club 4; Astronomy Club 2 



DANA AMISS 
"Legs" 

Ambition: To Succeed in Life 

"Good nature is the beauty of the 

mind" 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Sen- 
ior Play Committee, Pep Club, Prom 
Committee 



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KENNETH AMMON 
"Ken" 

Ambition: To join the Air Force 
"Sailing through the sea of life" 
Football 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Senior Play Committee, Cadets THERESA ANGUS CATHERINE ARMISTEAD 
1 2 "Terry" "Cathi" 

Ambition: To join the Navy Ambition: To be a Science-Re- 
"Just watch the score climb to search Secretary and get mar- 
victory" ried 

Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; "Friendly dispositions take you 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, places" 

3, Captain 4; Ski Club 3, 4; p e p Club 2, 3; Art Club 4; Hon- 

Student Leaders; Blue & White r Society 3, 4; Chess Club 3; 

3, 4; Pep Club 2 Prom Committee; Various Com- 
mittees 



ALBERT ANGE 

"Al" 

Ambition: To join the Air Force 

"Everyday's a holiday" 

Cadets 1, 2; Various Committees 






WILLIAM ATHAYDE 
"Atlas" 

Ambition: IBM Enthusiast 

"Enjoy yourself . . . it's later than 

you think" 

Pep Club 2; Tenney Mixed Bowling 
League 3; Various Committees 




AGNES MARIE ARMITAGE 

"Agony" 

Ambit/on: To Teach Mathematics 
"An ardent worker, a student 
bright; Whose work is nearly 
always right" 

Junior Historical Society 1, 2, 
President 3, 4; College Club 3; 
Math Club 3, 4; Astronomy 
Club 3, 4; Blue & White 3, 4; 
Yearbook 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 
4; Senior Play Cast; Girls State 
3; D.A.R. Good Citizenship 
Award 



ROBERT ASADOOR 
"Bob" 

Ambition: Career in Medicine 
"He is ilttle ... he is wise, 
He's a terror for his size" 
Cadets 1; Math Club 3, 4; Col- 
lege Club 3; Ski Club 4; Year- 
book Staff 3, 4; Blue & White 4; 
Senior Play Committee 



JOHN ATKINSON 
"Johnny" 

Ambition: To join the Coast Guard 
"In silence many virtues hide" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Sen. 
ior Prom Committee 



ELAINE BALUKONIS 



JOSEPH F. BARBERIO 



"Laine" "Bubba" 

Ambition: To become a Secre- Ambition: To become a Com- 

tary mercial Artist 

"Little I ask, my wants are "It's a man's world" 

few" Ski Club 4; Art Club President 

Pep Club 2, 3; Various Com- 4; Senior Play Committee; Prom 

mittees Committee 



SANDRA ELIZABETH BAGLEY 

"Sandy" 

Ambition: To become a Registered 
nurse 

"Big surprises come in little pack- 
ages" 

Student Council 2; Junior Historical 
Society 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Pep 
Club 2; Ski Club 3, 4; College 3; As- 
tronomy Club 3, 4; Senior Play Com- 
mittee; Talent Show 2 t . 




NANCY BALFOUR 
"Nanc" 

Ambition: Private Secretary and to 
get married 

"Her golden locks are her crowning 
glory" 

Pep Club 2, 3; Art Club 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Senior Play 
Committee; Prom Committee 




WILLIAM BARRY 
"Bill" 

Ambition: To become an Architectural 
Engineer 

"A fun loving chatterbox" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, Officer 4; Math Club 
3, 4; College Club 3; Golf Team 4; 
Civil War Centennial Award 




GERALDINE BASSETT 
"Gerrie" 

Ambition: To reign high in the Glory 
of God 

"As sunny as the sky above us" 
Junior Historical Society 1, 2, 3, 4; As- 
tronomy Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2 



WILLIAM BATEMAN 
"Willie" 

Ambition: To join the Navy 

"A friend to everyone" 

Cadets 1; Bowling 2, 3; Various 

Committees 




GEOFFREY BARDSLEY 

"Jeff" 

Ambition: To be an Architect 
"Do it tomorrow; you've made 
enough mistakes today" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, Officer 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3, President 4; 
College Club Vice President 3; 
Ski Club 4; Senior Play Cast; 
Pep Club 3 




ROBERT J. BARNAT 

"Barnabi" 

Ambition: To be a Pharmacist 
"Trouble never troubles him" 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1; 
Basketball 1; Cadets 1, 2, 3, Of- 
ficer 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Senior 
Play Committee 




PHILIP BEAULIEU VIRGINIA ANNE BECKER 

"Phil" "Ginny" 

Ambition: To join the Air Force Ambition: To be a Secretary 

"He seems quiet but look "Little said, much accomplished" 

again" Softball Team 1, Manager 2, 3, 

Cadets 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Sen- 4; Blue & White; Orchestra 1, 2; 

ior Play Committee; Pep Club 2; Pep Club 2; Various Committees 
Senior Prom Committee 



PAMELA A. BAUCHMAN 
"Pammy" 

Ambition: To be a Social Worker 
or Secretary 

"She's always cheerful company" 
Italian Club 2; Junior Historical So- 
ciety 2; Pep Club 1; Various Com- 
mittees 





JOSEPH GENE BELLA 

"Joe" 

Ambition: To become a Drafts- 
man 

"Enthusiasm conquers the im- 
possible" 

Astronomy Club 3, 4; Various 
Committees 



JEAN BENOIT 

"Jean" 

Ambition: To become a Nurse 
"If is a friendly heart that has 
plenty of friends" 
Ski Club 4; College Club 3; Blue 
& White 4; Science Club 3 





DANIEL BOGANNAM 
"Danny" 

Ambit/on: To succeed in life 
"Some say he's bashful, others 
doubt it" 

Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 
Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Pep Club 3; Ski Club 4 



JOSEPH ANTHONY 

BONACORSI 
"Pastachotees" 

Ambition: To become a Hair- 
dresser 

"We like your genial air" 
Ski Club 4; Senior Play Com- 
mittee 4; Various Committees 




DONALD RICHARD DAVID BISTANY 
"Pedro" 

Ambition: To be an Electrical Drafts- 
man 

"Liked by all who know him" 
Ski Club 4; Various Committees 



JANE-ANNE BLIGHT 
"Janie" 

Ambition: To become an Executive 
Secretary 

"Gentle of speech, beneficent of 
mind" 

Pep Club 2; College Club 3; Prom 
Committee 4; Various Committees 



NANCY ANN BLOOD 
"Nan" 

Ambition: To become a Teacher 
"Gal about town" 

French Club 3; College Club 3; Ski 
Club 4; Senior Play Committee; Pep 
Club 2 



JOEL BLOTNER 

Ambition: To become a Doctor 
"Care and Diligence bring rich re- 
wards" 

Cadets I; Math Club 3, 4; College 
Club 3 






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CAAAILLE BONANNO 
"Camilly" 

Ambition: To succeed in whatever I 
do 

"So friendly— so helping— so true" 
Junior Historical Society 1, 2, 3; Blue 
& White 2, 3, Co-editor 4 




"Five minutes till curtain" 



MARTHA J. BOREN 

"Marty" 

Ambition: To be an Executive or 

Private Secretary 

"So winsome and bonny" 

Pep Club 2, 3; Various Committees 




JOHN BORRUN 

Ambition: To graduate from High 
School 

"Pleasure and laughter, that's all he's 
after" 

Various Committees 



JAMES BRETT 

"Jim" 

Ambition: To enter Notre Dame 
"Where would you find his 
equal" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadets 1, 2, 
3, Officer 4; Baseball 2; Senior 
Play Committee 4; Ski Club 4; 
Student Council 4; Art Club, 
Secretary 4; Student Government 
Day Representative 



ALFRED BROTHERS 
"Al" 

Ambition: To Become a German 
teacher 

"Learning is a wealth" 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2; 
College Club 3; Dance Band 3; 
Various Committees 



WILLIAM BRACKETT 

"Billy" 

Ambition: To join the Air Force 
"Quiet, unassuming, and likeable" 
French Club 3; Track 3; Various 
Committees 



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ELAINE JO-ANN BUCCI 

Ambition: To become a Fashion de- 

signer 



"I can 
tion" 



resist anything but tempta- 



Chess Club 2; Pep Club 2; College 
Club 3 





ELIZABETH ANNE CHASE 
"Betsy" 

Ambition: To be a Legal Secre- 
tary 

"Her charms are many, her 
faults hardly any" 
Glee Club 3; Yearbook Treas- 
urer 3, 4; Senior Class Play; 
Cast 4 ^ , 

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ALAN CIRELLA 
"Red" 

Ambition: To become a Surgeon 
"Love — a grave mental disease" 
Italian Honor Club 2; College 
CluJo*; Cadets 1, 2, 3, Officer 
•4; Senior Play Cast 




ANGELA P. BUCO 
"Bucko" 

Ambition: To become a Physical Edu- 
cation Teacher 

"Patience ornaments a woman" 
Softball 1, 4; Basketball 4; Pep Club 
3; Italian Club 2; Junior Historical 
Society 1 



KENNETH J. CAMPBELL 
"Kenny" 

Ambition: To be happy and success- 
ful in business 

"The more you know him the better 
you like him" 

Student Council 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadets 1, 2, 3, 
Officer 4; Ski Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; 
Senior Art Club 4; Yearbook Repre- 
sentative; Student Director of Senior 
Play 4; Senior Prom Committee; Tal- 
ent Show 3, 4 



ERNEST CAMPOLINI 
"Ernie" 

Ambition: To combine a successful 
marriage with a successful career 
"A boy of hope and forward looking 
mind" 

Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Mixed 
Bowling League 3 





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VERONICA CONNELL 

"Ronni" 

Ambition: To become a Secretary 
"Smiles are sunbeams, light and joy" 



Pep Club 2; Various Committees 




THERESA COOK 
"Terri" 

Ambition: To be a Teacher 
"A pretty girl is like a melody" 
Italian Club 4; Math Club 4; Student 
Leaders; Cafeteria 3, 4; Pep Club 3; 
Play Committee; "Prom Committee 



DOROTHY A. COOPER 

"Dotty" 

Ambition: To be a Secretary 
"A little peach in the orchard grew" 
Softball 2, 3, 4; Blue & White 3, 4; 
Field Hockey Manager 4 




STEVEN CLOUTIER 
"Moses" 

Ambition: To be a State Trooper 
"He watches . from his lofty 
heights" 

Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; 
Track 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 4; Pep Club 3; Senior 
Play Committee 



ROBERT A. CODY 
"Bob" 

Ambition: To enter the field of 

Radio and Television 

"And looks on life with quiet 

eyes" 

Football 1; Baseball 1, 2 





WILLIAM COUGHLAN 
"Bill" 

Ambition: To go to college 
"Thy modesty is a candle to 
thy merit" 

Football 1, 4; Baseball 1, 3, 4; 
Senior Play Committee; Prom 
Committee 



BEVERLY CRAIG 

"Bev" 

Ambition: To graduate 
"Life is what you make it" 
Pep Club 3; Ski Club 4; Various 
Committees 



ROBERT J. COTE 

"Bob" 

Ambition: To become a Barber 
"A person worth knowing" 
Various Committees 





GILDA D'AGATA 
"Jill" 

Ambition: To be a Model 
"Cheerfulness is her mantle" 
Glee Club; Prom Committee 



KARIN DANAHY 

"Krin" 

Ambition: To be a Legal Secre- 
tary 

"A modern maiden, yet self- 
possessed" 

Art Club 4; Chess Club 3; Math 
Club 3; Prom Committee; Vari- 
ous Committees 








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DEIRDRA ANNE DEED 
"DeDe" 

Ambition: To walk with God 
"The subtle charm of her 
voice" 

Glee Club 3, 4; Junior Histori- 
cal Society 2, 3, 4; Astronomy 
Club 1, 2, Vice President 3, 4; 
Prom Committee; Senior Play 
Committee 



PAULETTE DEROCHERS 
"Polly" 

Ambition: To be a Private Sec- 
retary 

"Look at her and you will see 
what good young ladies ought 
to be" 

Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Commercial 
Club; Art Club; Pep Club 2, 3; 
Various Committees 






DEAN L. DAVIS 
"Dino" 

Ambition: To be a Marine Engineer 
"Looks are deceiving" 
Band 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Science 
Club 3, Prom Committee 



STEPHEN J. DAVIS 
"Fomoco" 

Ambition: To further my education 
"A good-natured all around fellow" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Various Commit- 
tees 




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MARIE 

"Re" 

Ambition: To be a Teacher 
"Quiet and sweet, thoughtful and 
neat" 

French Club 3, 4; Astronomy Club 3; 
College Club 3; Senior Play Cast; 
Prom Committee; Yearbook Represent- 
ative 





LOUIS DeBENEDETTO 
"Rebel" "Otah" 
Ambition: To be a State Trooper 
"A silent yet helping hand" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 




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LUCY DiRESTA 
"Lu" 

Ambition: To become a Mathemat 
cian 

"A quiet worker ... a sociable 
gal" 

Italian Club 4; College Club 3; Math 
Club 4 




RITA CLAIRE DONOVAN 
"Sam" 

Ambition: To become a Registered 
Nurse 

"A true friend never lacks friends" 
Basketball 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Student 
Leaders; Junior Historical Society 1, 
2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 
4; Prom Committee 



PAUL M. DORMAN 

"Mike" 

Ambit/on: To join the Navy 
"A deceiving air of innocence" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Various Commit- 
tees 



MARCELLA ANN DUFFEN 
"Marcie" 

Ambition: To become a Secretary 
"Lovely eyes of violet blue" 
Cafeteria 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Play Commit- 
tee 4; Various Committees 



SHARON DEROCHERS 

"Shay" 

Ambition: To be a private secre- 
tary 

"She is liked everywhere, all of 
the time" 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; 
Student Council 4; Pep Club 2; 
Junior Historical Society 2; Sen- 
ior Play Committee; Prom Com- 
mittee 



MARGARET DEVINE 
"Peggy" 

Ambition: To become a Nurse 
"To be friendly is to have 
friends" 

Glee Club; Senior Art Club; 
Prom Committee 





DIANA DUHAMEL 

'Di" 

Ambition: To become a Hair- 
dresser 

"A girl of high ideals" 
Pep Club 2, 3; Various Com- 
mittees 



RONALD DYER 
"Ron" 

Ambition: To be a Civil Engi- 
neer 

"A class leader with spirit and 
sociability" 

Class President 1, Class Vice 
President 4; Honor Society 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Cadets 1, 
2, 3, Officer 4; Basketball I, 2, 
3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 
3; College Club 3; Boys' State 3; 
D.A.R. Award 3 





VIRGINIA NORMA 

EASTMAN 
"Ginnie" 

Ambition: To become a Secre- 
tary 

"May she go through life as 
easily as she can twirl a baton" 
Blue & White 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Historical Society 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Majorettes 3, 
Captain 4; Honor Society 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 



SUSAN EATON 
"Sue" 

Ambition: To be an Elementary 
Teacher 

"She served with honor and ad- 
mired success" 

Class Secretary 1; Honor Society 
3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; College 
Club 3; Math Club 3, 4; Pep 
Club 2; Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary 
4; Cafeteria 2, 3, 4; Junior His- 
torical Society 1; Senior Play 
Cast; Prom Committee; Talent 
Show 3 




ELLAYNE ELIAS 

Ambition: A Career in Medical Re- 
search 

"Science enlarges the views" 
Band 2, 3, 4; College Club 3; Science 
Club 3; Orchestra 3, 4; Science Fair, 
First Prize 3 




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ELAINE ENGLISH 
"Buckwheat" 

Ambition: To become a Coi 
Artist 

"She's a cute little headache and lots 
of fun" 

Majorettes 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4; College 
Club 3; Prom Committee; Senior Play 
Committee 



VELVA MAE ERBAN 
"Vel" 

Ambiifon: To become a Legal Secre- 
tary 

"She speaks, acts, and behaves just 
as she should" 

Astronomy Club 2, 3, 4; Junior His- 
torical Society 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2; 
Various Committee 



RICKY FARO 
"Otah" 

Ambition: To be an Engineer 
"In whom the spirit of adven- 
ture runs- high" 

Football 1; Program Committee 
4; Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 




THOMAS FAY 
"Otah" 

Ambition: To further my Educa- 
tion 

"This life is most jolly" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 




BARBARA L. FARELLI 

"Bobbie" 

Ambition: To be a Secretary 
"There is no greater everyday virtue 
than cheerfulness" 

Civics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 
4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; 
Student Leaders 3, 4 




PAULA FRANCO 

Ambition: To be a Medical Secretary 
"Few things are needful to make the 
wise happy" 

Glee Club; Pep Club 2, 3; Prom Com- 
mittee; Various Committees 



MARY JOANN FIORE 
"Mare" 

Ambition: To be a Secretary and 
a Housewife 

"Silent and sweet always looks 
neat" 

Blue & White Typist; Pep Club 
2, 3; Various Committees 



JOHN FORD 

"Johnny" 

Ambition: To be a Mechanic 
"Hitch your wagon to a star" 
Various Committees 



ANTHONY J. FUSCO 
"Tony" 

Ambition: To be an Accountant 
"Friendship is better than knowl- 
edge" 

Ski Club 4; Track 4; Prom Commit- 
tee 4; Various Committees 




V. 

PAUL GALARNEAU 
Ambit/on: To be a Horticulturist 
"Some think the world is made for 
fun and frolic and so do I!" 
Ski Club 4; Cadets 1; Prom Commit- 
tee 4; Various Committees 



"This will take care of me for an hour" 



LINDA GAMMONS 
"Lin" 

Ambition: To Teach Elementary School 
"She aims to please" 
Pep Club 2, 3; Senior Play Com- 
mittee; Various Committees 





KAREN GORSKI 

"Ka" 

Ambition: To be an IBM Operator 
and to be happy 
"Modest but merry" 
Senior Art Club; Senior Play Com- 
mittee; Prom Committee 



RAYMOND A. GENEST 
"Bread" 



LAWRENCE S. GENTILE 
"Larry" 



Ambition: To become an Engi- Ambition: To enter college 



neer 

"Silence speaks for itself" 
Various Committees 



"Why worry what tomorrow 
brings" 

Various Committees 






VIRGINIA M. GRAHAM 

"Ginny" 

Ambition: To be a housewife and 
Secretary 

"A person worth knowing" 
Pep Club; Prom Committee 



GUY A. GRASSO 
"Hatchetman" 

Ambition: To do everything 
"A captivating smile and wavy hair 
will get him anywhere" 
Ski Club 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1, 2; Senior Play Committee; Prom 
Committee 




MARY ANN GRIFFIN 
"Polly" 

Ambition: To be an Art Teacher 
"With hair of gold like the morning 
sun" 

Ski Club 3, 4; College Club 3; Pep 
Club 3; Field Hockey 2; Senior Play 
Committee; Prom Committee 





MARY JOYCE HAGERTY 
"Joyce" 

Ambition: To become a Secretary 
"To be friendly is to have friends" 
Pep Club 2; Prom Committee 




PETER HAIDAICHUK 
"Otah" 

"What! No girls in Heaven" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2; Bowling League 3, 4 



GITA CLAIRE HAJJAR 
"Tootsie" 

Ambition: To be a legal Secretary 
"What a joy to be so full of fun" 
Glee Club; Bowling Team; Basketball; 
Pep Club 2, 3 



RICHARD HANSON 
"Juggerknot" 

Ambition: To be a Civil Engineer 
"A true sport, a leader of men" 
Ski Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Cafeteria 
3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Play Committee 



FRANCINE GUILLETTE 

"Frani" 

Ambition: To be a Secretary 
"Sweet, neat, and can't be 
beat" 

Prom Committee 



SYLVIA A. HADFIELD 

"Syl" 

Ambition: To be an Airline Hos- 
tess 

"I'd rather be short and shine 
than be tall and cast a shad- 
ow" 

Prom Committee; Pep Club 2, 3 










ERNEST G. HATEM 


BEVERLY HAYES 


"Ernie" 


"Bev" 




Ambition: To be an Electronic 


Ambition: To be a Hairdresser 


Engineer 


"Full of pep, and lots of fun" 


"Never think of the future, it 


Glee Club; 


Prom Committee 


comes soon enough" 






Cadets 2, 3; Talent Show 2, 3, 4 









AAARGARET RITA HIKEL 
"Peggy" 

Ambition: To be a Private Secretary 
"Patience is a virtue" 
Pep Club 2; Ski Club 4; Junior His- 
torical Society 2, 3, 4; Astronomy 
Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Blue & 
White 4; Various Committees 



RICHARD E. HEINZ 

"Rick" 

Ambition: To be an Engineer 
"When I'm right, no one re- 
members, when I'm wrong no 
one forgets" 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; 
Football 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 
Committee; Prom Committee 




LLOYD THOMAS HIGGINS 
"Higgy" 

Ambition: To succeed in Life 
"Down to earth and forthright" 
Various Committees 




DAVID HOWSHAN 
"Rangatang" 

Ambition: To be a Physical Edu- 
cation Teacher 
"Seize every opportunity" 
Ski Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Col- 
lege Club 3; Talent Show 4; 
Cafeteria 3, 4; Football 3; Base- 
ball 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Cap- 
tain 4; Senior Play Committee; 
Prom Committee 



DIANE HUEBNER 

Ambition: To be a Dental Hy- 

gienist 

"And every grin, so merry, 
draws a care from within" 
Majorettes 3, 4; Math Club, Sec- 
retary 4; Senior Art Club; Col- 
lege Club 3; Ski Club 4; Pep 
Club 2; Talent Show 3, 4; Senior 
Play Committee 



VIRGINIA M. HODGE 
"Ginny" 

Ambition: To be a Teacher 
"Flirting here, flirting there" 
College Club 3; Pep Club 3; Ski Club 
3; Student Leaders 3, 4; Class Offi- 
cer 2; Cheering 3, 4; Senior Play 
Cast 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 



THORA H. HOUGHTON 

Ambition: To be a Nurse 

"Now you see her, now you don't" 

Ski Club 3, Treasurer 4; Prompter, 

Class Play; Prom Committee 




BETTY LOU HOUSTON 
"Betty" 

Ambition: To go to College 

"Sunshine follows you" 

Glee Club 2; Pep Club 2; Senior Play 

Committee 




EMIL P. JACOBUCCI 

"Chick" 

Ambition: To be a Policeman 

"No matter what others may be, he 

will always be himself" 

Band 1, 2; Various Committees 



DIANA JOHNSON 
"Johnson" 

Ambition: To become a Secretary 
"A sparkling gleam shines in her 
dark eyes" 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3 



MARJORIE A. JOHNSON 
"Margie" 

Ambition: To be a Science Teacher 
"Kindness is the golden chain by 
which society is held together" 
College Club 3; Astronomy Club 2, 
3, 4; Pep Club 2; Junior Historical 
Society 2, 3; Senior Play Committee 




VIRGINIA A. INCOLLINGO 

"Ginny" 

Ambition: To own a T-Bird 
"Let a smile be your umbrella" 
Pep Club 2, 3; Art Club 4; Ital- 
ian Honor Club 2, 3; Class Treas- 
urer 2, Blue & White 2, 3, 4; 
Prom Committee; Senior Play 
Committee 



JAMES RICHARD IRVING 

"Jim" 

Ambition: To be a building con- 
tractor 

"He lives to build, not to 
boast" 

Cadets; Prom Committee; Vari- 

/Co a /xl^J /ia^i. 





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JOHN JOSEPH JOVELL 

Ambition: To graduate 

"A little help goes a long way" 

Cadets 1; Basketball 3; Track 1; 

Football 1, 2, 3 



RICHARD KACHANIAN 

"Dick" 

Ambition: To succed in Life 
"Happiness seems made to be 
shared" 

Radio Club 1; Senior Prom 
Committee; Various Committees 



RICHARD KADY 
"Dick" 

Ambition: To be a Heavy Equip- 
ment Operator 
"Life is too short to worry" 
Various Committees 



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BARBARA KENTAL 
"Babs" 

Ambition: To become a Secretary 
"A light heart lives long" 
Field Hockey 1, 2; Various Commit- 
tees 



ELAINE KALIL 

Ambition: To be a Beautician 
"A touch of deviltry lurks in 
her eyes" 

Pep Club 2; Senior Play Cast 4; 
Ski Club 4; Senior Art Club; 
Italian Honor Club 4; Glee Club 
2, 3; Prom Committee 



KAREN ELIZABETH KELEHER 
"Karry" 

Ambit/on: To be a Private Sec- 
retary and a wife and mother 
"Keep your sunny side up" 
Pep Club 2, 3; Various Commit- 
tees 




JAMES E. KEOGH 

"Jim" 

Ambit/on.- To do Well 

"Sound speaks for itself" 

Chess Club 1; Bowling League 2; 

Civics Club 3; College Club 3, 4 





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JUDITH ANN KOLBA 
"Chunks" 

Ambition: To become a Teacher 
"The world's a stage, the stage 
a world" 

Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, Cap- 
tain 4; College Club 3; Math 
Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Senior 
Play Cast 4 ; Junior Historical 
Society I; Student Leaders 3, 4; 
Blue & White 3, 4; Pep Club 2; 
Art Club 4; Prom Committee 4; 
T alenf Show 3. 4 




JAMES KOLIFRATH 
"Punchy" 

Ambiiton: To become a Drafts- 
man 

"If laughter were a crime he a 
master criminal would be" 
Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Bas- 
ketball 1; Ski Club 4; Cadets 1, 
2; Pep Club 3; Talent Show 3, 
4; Senior Play Committee; Prom 
Committee 



WILLIAM R. KERRY 
"Bill" 

Ambition: To be an Electrician 

"It matters not how long we live, 

but how" 

Cadets 2, 3, 4; Various Committees 




JOHN KIRKMAN 
"Jack" 

Ambition: To be a State Trooper 
"Where women be, there I be also" 
Football 3, 4; Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Play Committee 4 




CORRINE MARY KONDRY 
"Corrine" 

Ambition: To become a Nuclear Engi 
neer LT J^ri y 

"I'm sifting on top of the world" - fji^ ^ V^S 

Class President 4, Class Vice President 
3; Honor Society 3, Officer 4; Year-,y 
book 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Student 
Leaders 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Phys 
Club 4, Secretary; Senior Art Club; .flyt' 
College Club 3; D.A.R. Good Citizen- J, 
ship Award 3; Senior Play Commit-^ 1 ' 
tee; Prom Committee 




"Woof . . . Gravy Train" 



IRENE J. KOSCIELNIAK 
"Rene" 

Ambition: To be a Certified Public 
Accountant and to get married 
"We like your genial air" 
Glee Club 3, 4; Student Leaders 3, 4; 
Blue & White 4; Ski Club 4; Pep 
Club 2, 3 



WALTER J. KUDZIA 

"Kooch" 

Ambition: To succed in life 
"A jovial, coaxing manner, a smile 
and friendly welcome for all" 
Cadets 2, 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Senior 
Play Committee 






GEORGE G. LAFFIN 

Ambition: To acquire a degree 
in Pharmacy 

"Possesses a penetrating humor 
and a host of friends" 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; 
Senior Play Cast; Orchestra 1, 2, 
3, 4; Dance Band 3, 4; Physics 
Club 4 



ANN MARIE LA FRANCE 
"Ann" 

Ambit/on: To succeed in any- 
thing I attempt 

"Ambition is a powerful source 
of good" 

Pep Club 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; 
Majorettes 3, 4; College Club 3; 
Math Club 3, 4; Honor Society 
3, 4; Senior Play Committee 



ALICE C. LAFFIN 
"Al" 

Ambition: To be a Secretary and to 
get married 

"She has a friend for every smile and 
a smile for every friend" 
Majorettes 4; Student Leaders 3, 4; 
Italian Club 2; Glee Club 3; Pep Club 
2, 3; Senior Play Committee; Prom 
Committee 






JOSEPH D. LaGRASSE 

"Jose" 

Ambition: To become an Architectural 
Designer 

"Laughing eyes reflect a cheerful 
soul" 

Yearbook 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Col- 
lege Club 3, 4; Italian Club 1, 2; 
Basketball 1, 2; Art Club 4, Treasurer; 
Physics Club 4, Treasurer; Senior Play 
Committee; Pep Club 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 



JOHN G. LAHOUD 
"Jack" 

Ambition: To be an "IBM Repairman 
"Laugh and the world laughs with 
you" 

Various Committees 






KENNETH LAW 

"Ken" 

Ambition: To become a Drafts- 
man 

"With malice toward none, with 
laughter for all" 

Senior Play Committee; Various 
Committees 



PATRICIA LAWTON p> £ 
"B.B." \cxj- * ./ 

Ambition: To become a Teache^^ ^ < -'Y JW - 1 

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"Gaze into her eyes and you'l 
see an Angel; gaze a little long- 
er and you'll see an Imp" 
Student Leaders 3, 4; Blue & 
White 1; Cafeteria 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Club 2, 3; Prom Committee; 
Senior Play Committee 



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ALBERT J. LAMBERT 

"Al" 

Ambition: To be a Draftsman 
"Never too busy to say 'Hi!' " 
Various Committees 



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GEORGE LAMONTAGNE - jU<^(_ 
Ambition: To be a Meteorologist / 
"Genius, that Power which dazzles 
mortal eyes, is oft but Perseverance 
in disguise" 

Honor Society 3, President 4; Physics 
Club, President 4; French Club, Presi- 
dent 4; Math Club 3, 4; Senior Play 
Committee 



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1NE MARY 
'Laine" 

bition: To become a Secretary 
^*fc=^"No sooner said than done" 

O Glee Club 1; Ski Club 4; Various 




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SANDRA E. LICCIARDELLO 
"Sandy" 

Ambition: To be a Success 
"A girl of high ideals" 
Italian Honor Club 2; Ski Club 4; 
Art Club 4; Prom Committee 4 




WILLIAM LOESCHEN 
"Bill" 

Ambition: To become a Forest Ranger 
"True worth is quiet, undemonstra- 
tive" 

Football 2; Track 2, 3, 4 



ANTHONY R. LOIACONO 
"Tony" 

Ambit/on: To go into Industrial Elec- 
tronics 

"He does everything well" 
Various Committees 




DAVID LEACH 

"Dave" 

Ambition: To go into the Air 
Force 

"Wise to resolve and Patient to 
perform" 

Cadets 1; Bowling 4 



GARRISON LePAGE JR. 
"Gary" 

Ambition: To go into the fi 
of Radio and Television 
"I live the life of a King" 
Junior Historical Society 1, 2, 
4; Various. Committees 




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ANN MARIE LOON JOHN LUCINSKAS 

"Mouse" "John" 

Ambit/on: To be a Medical Sec- Ambition: To become an IB/ 

retary Technician 

"A radiant smile and eyes "The world is so full of pleasar 

aglow" things" 

Junior Historical Society 3, 4; Various Committees 

Ski Club 4; Pep Club 3 



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KATHLEEN M. MALBON 

"Kathy" 

To be a Laboratory 



Ambition: 
Technician 
"A kind 
ways" 
Various Committees 
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heart with gentle 



OIANNE MANSUR 

"Di" 

Ambition: To be a success in 
whatever I decide to do 
"Sweet and full of fun" 
Majorettes 3, 4; Glee Club 4; 
Ski Club 4 




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BONITA ANN MAZZUCCO 


beverly McAllister 


"Bonnie" 


"Bev" 


Ambition: To succeed in life 


Ambition: To have a bright fu- 


"An appealing personality will 


ture 


go far" 


"She displays a gleaming smile" 


Pep Club 1, 2; Student Leaders 


Various Committees 


3, 4; Various Committees 






CLAIRE MARANTO 
"Clay" 

Ambition: To join the Waves 
"The wearer of a smile has many 
friends" 

Ski Club 4; Italian Club; Pep Club 
2, 3 



JOSEPH MARCELLO 
"Joe" 

Ambition: To become a good Illu- 
strator 

"Gifted with a jolly disposition" 
Senior Art Club, Vice President 4; 
Prom Committee; Senior Play Com- 
mittee 



RITA M. MARTELLE 
"Little Vera" 

Ambition: To attend Bentley College 
"Just as charming as she is small" 
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; 
Softball 



CARMINE L MARTINO 

Ambition: To have an Auto Body 

Business 

"A good-natured all around fellow" 
Various Committees 




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MARTHA AAcKENZIE ^ ' ^ H | ) L. 

Amb/'f/'on: To become a Social Work- 
er 

"Brown eyes, medium size. She cer- 
tainly is a wonderful prize" 
Student Council 1, 2; Blue & White 
1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Student Lead- 
ers 3, 4; Pep Club 3; P.T.S.A. Secre- 
tary; Cheerleader 4 



MONICA ANN McROBBIE 

"Sam" 

Amb/fion.- To be a Wife and Mother 
"The world would be a better place 
if there were more like you" 
Blue & White 2, 3, 4; Student Lead- 
ers 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Senior 
Class Play Cast 4; Cheerleader 4 



SHARYN MEEHAN 
"Ponytail" 

Ambition: To be a wife to my hus- 
band and a mother to my children 
"A friend to gain; a friend to re- 
main" 

Various Committees 




JOHN R. McCLINTOCK 
"Mack" 

Ambition: To be successful 
"A true friend in every sense of 
the word" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



JOHN C. McGIBBON 

"Jack" 

Ambition: To study Theology 
and enter the Ministry 
"Never say more than is nec- 
essary" 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 
League 3 



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PAULA ANN MERROW 
Ambition: To become a Register- 
ed Nurse 

"A girl with high ideals" 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Blue & White 
3, 4; Junior Historical Society 1, 
2, 3, 4 ; College Club 3; Field 
Hockey 1; Student Leaders 3, 4; 
Senior Play Committee; Prom 
Committee 



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ROBERT JOSEPH MESITI 
"Bob" 

Ambition: To make it 
"A little nonsense now 
then" 

Cadets 1; Italian Honor Club 2; 
Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Play Com- 
mittee 



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BERNARD MERCIER 

"Mike" 

Ambition: To be a Mechanic 
"A quiet disposition likeable per- 
sonality" 

Various Committees 





JOYCE MICAVICH 

Ambition: To become an X-Ray 

Technician 

"It's nice to be natural when 
you're naturally nice" 
French Club 3; Math Club 3, 4; 
Pep Club 2, 3; College Club 3; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 
4; Majorettes 2, 4; Talent Show 
2, 4; Yearbook Representative 
4; Blue White 2, 3; Co-editor 4; 
Prompter Senior Play 




DIANNE MIDDLEMISS 

"Middi" 

Ambition: To be a Certified Pub- 
lic Accountant 
"A small bundle of pep" 
Softball 1; Field Hockey 3 



MARY MIKOLIS 

Ambition: To be an Air Line Hostess 
"Sweet, neat, and personality plus" 
Various Committees 



SHEILA MISTAL 
"Short Pants" 
Ambition: Surgical Nurse 
"Beauty is a good letter of intro- 
duction" 

Ski Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; College 
Club 3; Student Council 1, 2; Softball 
1; Senior Play Cast; Prom Committee 



VIRGINIA E. MORGAN 
"Ginny" 

Ambition: To become a Secretary 

"Quiet as a cyclone" 

College Club 3; Senior Art Club 4; 

Pep Club 3; Prom Committee; Various 

Committees 



W. JAMES MORRISSEY 
"Muzzy" 

Ambition: To be a Draftsman 
"Whenever I feel the urge to exercise 
coming on, I lie down until it passes 
over" 

Pep Club 3; Ski Club 4; Baseball 1; 
Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Play Committee 




CAROL MOYNIHAN ROBERT MURPHY 

"Crash" "Murph" 

Ambition: To be a Surgical Ambition: To become a Physical 

Nurse Education Instructor 

"Full of smiles and full of fun; "His friendship is greatly ap- 

She is liked by everyone" predated" 

French Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 
College Club 3; Pep Club 3; 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Base- 
Student Leaders 3, 4; Class Vice ball 1, 2; Track 3; Cadets 1, 2, 
President 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 
2, 3, 4; Softball 1; Senior Play 
Committee; Cheerleader 4 




ARTHUR NICHOLSON 

"Nick" 

Ambition: To become a Teacher 
"Women delight me not" 
Editor-in-Chief of Yearbook 3, 4; Col- 
lege Club 3; Honor Society 3, 4; 
Physics Club 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football Manager 4; Business Manager 
of Senior Play; Italian Honor Club 4 




ROBERT NICHOLSON 

"Nick" 

Ambition: To join the Air Force 
"My dream is to have wings and fol- 
low" 

Basketball 1, 2, 4; Hi-Y Club 4 



ELAINE NICOLOSI 

"Lani" 

Ambition: To become a Hairdresser 
"Quiet but efficient" 
Pep Club 1; Senior Play Committee; 
Art Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Vari- 
ous Committees 



JOHN NAJARIAN RUTH NAULT 

"Yanno" "Roof" 

Ambition: To attend Business Ambition 

School Artist 

"I'm on the verge of success, "Sees all, 

somebody push me" Band 1, 
Radio Club; Various Committees 



To be a Commercial 



knows all, tells all" 
2, 3; Softball 1, 2; 
Chess Club 3; Art Club 3, 4; 
Basketball 2; Talent Show 4; 
Senior Play Committee; Prom 
Committee 




"Hay! what's the big idea" 



RAYMOND J. NUTTON 
"Ray" 

Ambition: To join the Air Force 
"The life of Riley is the life for me" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4 





PATRICK PAPPALARDO 
"Pat" 

"Be happy-go-lucky" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3; Various Commit- 
tees 



CAROL PARENTI 
"Imp" 

Ambition: To become an X-Ray 
Technician 

"Mischief sparkles in her eyes" 
Senior Play Committee; Italian 
Club; Pep Club; Art Club; Com- 
mercial Club; Prom Committee 





MARILYN PARISI 
"Mai" 

Ambition: To become an X-Ray 
Technician 

"Will try almost anything once" 
Art Club; Senior Play Committee; 
Pep Club; Commercial Club; Prom 
Committee 




LYNDA M. PICARILLO 
Ambition: To marry Michael 
"Knows the fun of living" 
Italian Club 3; Pep Club 2 





BARBARA JEAN PIETRASZEK 
"Barb" 

Ambition: To become a nurse 

"A sunny nature wins friendship 

everywhere" 

Student Leaders 3, 4; Basketball 3; 
Pep Club 2; Senior Play Committee 4; 
Prom Committee 4; Talent Show 4; 
Art Club 4; Junior Historical Society 
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CYNTHIA A. PLONOWSKI 

"Cindy" 

Ambition: To become a Nurse 
"Friendliness is the ticket to happy 
living" 

Senior Play Committee 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4 



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LEWIS POPIELARSKI 

"Louis" 

Ambition: To travel 

"Minds his business and gets along 

with one and all" 

Astronomy Club 2, 3; Various Com- 
mittees 




ARLYNE MAE QUIAMBAO 
"Lyne" 

Ambition: To be a Social Worker 
"Those who bring sunshine to the 
lives of others cannot keep it from 
themselves" 

Astronomy Club 1; College Club 3; 
Math Club 3; Honor Society 3, Secre- 
tary 4; Junior Historical Society 1, 2, 
3, 4; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Senior 
Play Cast 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; 
Talent Show 2; Cafeteria 1, 2, 3; Blue 
& White Staff 2, 3, 4; Senior Art Club 



JOANNE R. RAPAZZO 

Ambition: To further my education in 

the Business Field 

"She has a smile and never loses it; 
She has a frown but never uses it" 
Art Cub 4; Various Committees 



KENNETH POIRIER 
"Ken" 

Ambition: To get into Eectronics 
"Not afraid of work, but not in 
symathy with it" 
Cadets 2, 3, 4; Radio Cub 4 



MICHAEL POLIZOTI 

"Mike" 

Ambition: To work in Western 
Eectronic 

"If at first you don't succeed 
. . . forget it" 

Baseba 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1; 
Football 3; Bowling League 3, 4 




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JOYCE E 
"Peanut" 
Ambition: 



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FRANCES RICKLEY 
"Franny" 

Ambition: To be a Secretary 
"Petite with beauty, grace, and 
charm" 

Student Council 3; Ski Club 4; 
Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Senior Art 
Club 4; Senior Play Committee; 
Prom Committee 



To pursue a Social 
Science Career 

"A small tornado coming fast" 
Pep Club 2; Junior Historical 
Society 2, 3, 4; College Club 3; 
Student Council Corresponding 
Secretary 3; Treasurer 4; Year- 
book Staff 3, 4; Student Director 
of Senior Class Play; Teen Page 
Correspondent 3, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 



JOYCE RICHARDSON 

"Joyce" 

Ambition: To succeed in Life 
"The very pink of perfection" 
Pep Cub 1, 2; Student Leaders 3, 4; 
Various Committees 





PATRICIA M. ROGALSKI 
"Pat" 

Ambition: To be a Hairdresser 
"Quiet but efficient" 
Softball 1; Basketball 4; Various 
Committees 



ANTHONY JAMES ROSS 
"Tony" 

Ambition: To become a Pictorial 
Illustrator 

"He started to sing as he 
tackled the thing that couldn't 
be done, and he did it" 
Chess Club 1, 2; Talent Show 
3, 4; Various Committees 





DAVID SABBAGH 

"Ahab the Arab" 

Ambition: To be an Electronical 

Engineer 

"A wit, no less" 

Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess 

Club 1, 2; Various Committees 



JAMES ST. CLAIR 

"Jim" 

Ambition: To be a Lawyer 

"A dramatic touch, a witty 

word" 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, Officer 4; Senior 
Class Play Cast; Talent Show; Ski 
Club 3; Track 3, 4; College Club 
3; Pep Club 3 




BARBARA ROY 

"Barbie" 

Ambition: To become a Practical 
Nurse 

"Small courtesies sweeten life" 
Chess Club 1; Cafeteria Worker 3, 4; 
Various Committees 




HERVEY ROY 
"Leroy" 

Ambition: To have Ambition 
"People have more fun than any- 
body" 

Various Committees 



DANIEL RUMORE 
"Harpo" 

Ambition: To become a M.P. in the 
Army 

"A good laugh is sunshine in a 
house" 

Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Bowling Team 1, 
2, 3, 4; Various Committees 




JULIA SAAB 

Ambition: To become a Medical Sec- 
retary 

"A soft voice is a hard argument" 
Various Committees 




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GEORGE SANDNER 
"To Jo" 

Ambition: To be a Draftsman 
"Why worry what tomorrow brings" 
Cadets 1; Football 2, 3; Track 1; 
Chess Club 1; Basketball 2 




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ROSEMARY SAPUPPO 

"Rosie" 

Ambit/on: To become a Dental As- 
sistant 

"She is cheerful all the while, and 
never is without a smile" 
Basketball 2; College Club 3; Pep 
Club 2, 3; Senior Play Committee; 
Various Committees 



ARAM SARKISIAN 

Ambition: To be an Electrical Engi- 
neer 

"All the qualifications of a sincere 
fellow rolled into one" 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 4; Senior Play Com- 
mittee 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; 
Cafeteria Worker 2, 3, 4; Various 
Committees 



CHANEL ST. JEAN 
"Beans" 

Ambition: To go into Electron- 
ics 

"We searched and searched 'til 
last we found, a redhead with 
no temper endowed" 
Band 1, 2; Various Committees 



NOREEN GAIL SAM I A 
"Nor" 

Ambition: To further my Educa- 
tion 

"As merry as tne day is long, 
as busy as a bee" 
Pep Club 2; Girls' Basketball 
Manager 2, 3, 4; Student Leaders 
3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Math Club 
3, 4; College Club 3; Majorettes 
4; Talent Show 4; Senior Play 
Committee; National Honor So- 
ciety; Yearbook Representative 
4 



BEVERLY SHAIA 

"Bev" 

Ambition: To become a Teacher 
"Here's to Bev ... a sweet 
charmer" 

Pep Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 
3; Senior Play Committee; Col- 
lege Club 3, 4 




SANDRA SHEEHAN 
"Sandi" 

Ambition: To be a Nurse 
"A friendship that makes the 
least noise is often the best" 
Various Committees 



EARL FREDERICK SCHUBERT JR. 

"Bud" 

Ambition: To be an Electrical Engi- 
neer 

"His witty talent for telling jokes 
keeps his friends the gladdest of 
folks" 

Ski Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Basket- 
ball 1; Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 
1; Radio Club 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Play Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee 






ARD SIDERI 
Alabama" 
Ambition: To become an Electronic 
Technician 

"For he's a jolly good fellow" 
Chess Club 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 



FRANCES SHIBEL 

"Shib" 

Ambition: Couldn't list them all 
"She was made for happy 
thoughts, for playful wit and 
laughter." 

Senior Play Committee; Art Club 
4; Various Committees 



SHEILA SHISKO 

"She" 

Ambition: To make people hap- 
py and to be a Social Worker 
"A merry heart doeth good like 
medicine" 

Ski Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; 
Senior Play Committee 4 





WENDY SLEEPER 

"Winni" 

Ambition: To become a Psy- 
chologist 

"Age cannot wither her, nor 
custom stale her infinite variety" 
Ski Club 4; Pep Club 1; Student 
Leaders 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4; 
Class Secretary 3, 4; Junior His- 
torical Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Play Cast; Talent Show 2, 3, 4 



NANCY SMITH 
"Nan" 

Ambition: To be a Nurse 
"Endowed with that rare gift, 
courtesy" 

Honor Society; Senior Play Com- 
mittee; Nancy has come to us 
from Virginia, where she was 
active in numerous functions. 



GLORIA SIGMON 
"Glo" 

Ambition: To be a mother and wife 
"I never met a man I didn't like" 
Majorettes 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Art 
Club 4; Prom Committee; Various 
Committees 




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PHILIP SILVA 
"Phil" 

Ambition: To be a Golf Pro 

"At peace with all" 

Golf Team 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Various 

Committees 



CAROLYN SIMILI 
"Smiley" 

Ambition: Come what may 
"There are many who call 
friend" 

Softball 1; Italian Honor Club 
Various Committees 



her 




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SUE ALLEN SNOW 
"Sue" 

Ambition: To be a Success 
"There is no substitute for you" 
Glee Club 4; Ski Club 4; Various 
Committees 




'Charming isn't he, Miss Blood?" 






ADELE H. SOCCI 
"Al" 

Ambition: To be active in bowling, 
dancing, skating, and drawing 
"The greatest art in life is to have 
as many pleasures as possible" 
Various Committees 



THOMAS A. SOLOMON 
"Tom" 

Ambition: To be an Electrical Engi- 
neer 

"Stand by, a mighty man is pass- 
ing" 

Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; 
Italian Honor Club 3, 4; Senior Play 
Committee; Bowling Team 3 



LUCILLE SOUCY 
"Louie" 

Ambition: To be a Secretary 
"What sweet delight a quiet life af- 
fords" 

Various Committees 



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CLARK STEWART 
"Stewie" 

Ambition: To go to college 
"A man of few words is he" 
College Club 3; Football 3, 4; 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadets 1, 2, i 



Base- 
, 4 





JOHN SWEET 
"Johnny" 

Ambition: To have something to 
do with Hot Rods 
"A car— a car— My right arm for 
a car" 

Various Committees 



JOHN J. SZELEST 

"Jack" 

Ambition: To enter The Coast 

Guard Academy 

"Of a good beginning cometh a 

good end" 

Various Committees 



LUCILLE A. STROAAEI 
"Lu" 

Ambition: To marry a millionaire 
"She may look quiet, but look again" 
Italian Honor Club; Pep Club 2, 3; 
Various Committees 



ALAN MICHAEL STRONDAK 
"The Toe" 

Ambition: To become a Teacher 
"Gives his best to every task" 
College Club 3; Physics Club, Vice 
President 4; Blue & White; Class Presi- 
dent 2, 3; Cafeteria Worker 1, 2, 3, 
4; Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Commit- 
tee; Recipient of DAR Award 2 




JUDITH ANN STUART 
"Judy" 

Ambition: To become a Teacher 
"Demure and dignified is she, but 
full of fun as she can be" 
College Club 3; French Club 3, 4; 
Art Club 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Senior 
Play Comroitjfee] Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 





EDWARD TOKOWICZ 
"Ed" 

Ambition: To make a million dollars 
"Any job looks easy, when some- 
body else is doing it" 
Cadets 1, 2; Various Committees 




EDWARD TOMPKINS 
"Ed" 

Ambit/on.- To be a Professional Golf- 
er 

"He who knows himself best es- 
teems himself least" 
Basketball 1, 2, 4; Golf Club 1, 2, 4; 
Ski Club 4; Track 2; Cadets 1, 2, 3, 
4; Senior Play Committee 



PAUL TORRISI 
"Butch" 

Ambition: To join the Navy 

"When work and pleasure clash, let 

the work go to smash" 

Cadets 1, 2; Various Committees 



GEOFFREY M. TAYLOR 

"Ace" 

Ambition: To become a Business 
Manager 

"Intelligent, handsome and am- 
bitious" 

Cadets 1 , 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 
3, 4; Various Committees 



JOYCE A. TILLEY 

"Wilt" 

Ambition: To become an Engi- 
neer 

"When you're tall, there's more 
of you to like" 

Student Council 3, Secretary 4; 
Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 2, 
3, Co-Captain 4; Pep Club 2, 3; 
College Club 3; Ski Club 4; 
Senior Play Committee 




JOANNE VENTURA 
"Jo" 

Ambition: To become a Com- 
mercial Artist 

"Such heavenly figures from her 
pencil flow" 

Glee Club 4; Art Club 4; Year- 
book Staff 3, 4; Student Lead- 
ers 3, 4; Senior Play Commit- 
tee; Senior Prom Committee 



NADINE VENTURA 
"Naj" 

Ambition: To become an X-Ray 
Technician 

"Laugh and live as only youth 
can" 

College Club 3; Italian Club 4; 
Various Committees 



THOMAS E. TURMEL 
"Tom" 

Ambition: To become Educated 
"Many a female heart flutters" 
Cadets 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4; Math Club President 4; Senior 
Play Committee; Various Committees 





LINDA BARBARA WARING 

"Lyn" 

Ambition: To be an Office Work- 
er 

"Goodness doesn't consist in 
greatness, but greatness in 
goodness" 

Softball 2, 4; Basketball 4; Vari- 
ous Committees 



FREDERICK R. WHALEN JR. 

"Flintstone" 

Ambition: To be a Mechanic 
"Good luck is a lazy man's es- 
timate of a worker's success" 
Baseball 2; Bowling 3, 4; Cadets 
2; Various Committees 



CAROL LUCY WAITE 

Ambition: To become a Civil Service 

Worker 

"She puts all troubles in the bottom 
of her heart, then sits on the lid and 
smiles" 

Various Committees 



ROBERT WALDIE 
"Bob" 

Ambition: To become an Architect 
"Art is power" 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Art Club 4; 
Prom Committee; Senior Play Commit- 
tee 



AMY WALSH 
"Lou" 

Ambition: To become a Nurse 
"Helping people is her life" 
Various Committees 



MARY LOUISE WALTHER 
"Mary Lou" 

Ambition: To be an Executive Secre- 
tary 

"A twenty-four carat student and 
friend" 

College Club 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Junior 
Historical Society 1, 2, Bond 1, 2, 
Orchestra 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4, 
Vice President; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; 
Senior Play Cast; Student Leaders 3, 
4; Prom Committee 4 







BARBARA WOOD 
"Woody" 

Ambition: To be a Registered Nurse 
"As sunny as the sky above" 
Glee Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Pep Club 
3; Senior Play Committee; Cafeteria 
Worker 1, 2, 3, 4 



ROBERT WORTHINGTON 
"Bob" 

Ambition: To join the Peace Corps 

"Learning is a wealth" 

Track 3, 4; Various Committees 




KENNETH C. WHITE 

"Butch" 

Ambition: To join the Marine 
Corps as a Career Man 
"Romeo, Romeo where are you 
now" 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; College Club 
3; Senior Play Committee; Base- 



CHESTER WILCZYNSKI 

"Chet" 

Ambition: To be a Pilot 

"A gentle man from head to 

toe" 

Football 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Cadets 
1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Senior 
Play Committee AjA^r' 



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LINDA MAE WRINKLE 
"Wrink" 

Ambition: To be a Secretary 
"Steep thyself in a bowl of summer- 
time" 

Senior Play Committee; Various Com- 
mittees 



"After the ball is over" 




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ARTHUR WYAAAN 
"Artie" 

Ambition: To have a Military 
Career 

"His military manner does not 
surpass his personality" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, Colonel 4; Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Track 2; Senior Play Committee; 
^Senior Prom Committee 



WALTER J. YANKOWSKY 
"Wolly" 

Ambition: To be an Automobile 
Mechanic 

"Don't let your studies interfere 
with your school activities" 
Cadets 1, 2, 3; Various Commit- 
tees 






PATRICIA YURKAVICH 
"Pat" 

Ambition: To be a School Teacher 
"She's as radiant as a queen should 
be" 

Talent Show 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Sen- 
ior Art Club 4; Ski Club 4; Senior 
Play Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 




JAMES ALAN ZANFAGNA 
"Ziggy" 

Ambition: To be a Veterinarian 
"The hand of diligent marketh rich" 
College Club 3; Math Club 3, 4; 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Com- 
mittee 




JANICE MARIE ZELLES 
"Jan" 

Ambition: To be a teacher of Business 
Administration 

"A merry heart marketh a happy 
countenance" 

College Club 3; Cafeteria Worker 3, 
4; Various Committees 




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PRESIDENT RICHARD NICHOLSON 
SECRETARY NANCY GILBERT 



VICE PRESIDENT ELIN GUNNING 
TREASURER BURMA KELLER (missing) 





Patnicca. tycci6avic6 "Ronald T>ye* 



SANDRA BAGLEY 
JOSEPH AAARCELLO 



Succeed 

CORRINE KONDRY 

GEORGE LAMONTAGNE 



if 




September 22 
September 29 
October 6 
October 1 3 
October 20 
October 27 
November 3 
November 10 



Concord, New Hampshire 
Cambridge Latin 
_ . North Andover 
Amesbury 
Billerica 



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Andover 
Chelmsford 
Dartmouth 



Co-Capt. Steve Cloutier, Coach Gosselin, Co-Capt. Al Strondak. 





4,73, \>6e 



TOP ROW: C. Nicoloski, K. Kuzmitski, D. Donahue, F. Fichera, D. Groleau, P. Payson, D. Dyer, A. Shafer, J. Hurley, J. Bergeron. MIDDLE 
ROW: Coach Remis, Coach Haggerty, J. Laurenza, T. Coyle, R. Condon, T. English, T. Titone, D. Bellwood, B. Coyle, D. Goterch, A. 
Blaney, D. Nicholson, J. Patrick, J. Bloomquist, R. Patenaude, R. Savastano, Coach Gosselin. BOTTOM ROW: C. §tewart, J. Morrissey, 
R. Heinz, R. Dyer, D. Hanson, Co-Capt. S. Cloutier, Co-Capt. A. Strondak, B. Murphy, A. Sarkisian, A. Wyman, B. Coughlin, D. Sideri, J. 
Brett. 



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DICK SIDERI ARAM SARKESIAN 



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On October 27 pretty Miss 
Karen Allard was crowned the 
Football Queen of the class of 
1963. She was presented with 
a bouquet of roses by the foot- 
ball team and presided over the 
ceremonies at the annual Meth- 
uen-Andover game. 





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BACK: Manager Dottie Cooper, Nelda Krukonis, Joyce Haldane, Nancy Gilbert, Kate AAcQuillin, Coach Bailey, Susan 
Hanson, Judy Ingalls, Karen Jones, Jeanne Marchlik, Lois Abounader. MIDDLE: Nancy Healey, Pam Blight, Sheila 
Cunningham, Rose Jabour, Barbara Blouin, Pat Langevin, Carol Waring, Kathy Dawson, Judy Mlecko, Elsa Studley, 
Coleen Hyde. FRONT: Peggy Walsh, Burma Keller, Susan Walsh, Diane Goulet, Barbara Farelli, Captain Terry 
Angus, Carol Moynihan, Helen Michaud, Randy Meduaer, Rosemary Licata, Selma Abesamra. 





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BAILEY 




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FIRST ROW: P. Anderson, C. Belair, T. Angus, Co-Lapiain J. Tilley, Co-Captain R. Donovan, S. Radulski, B. Akam, R. Licata. SECOND 
ROW: S. Abesamra, H. Michaud, J. Sciacca, J. Marchlik, C. Smith, R. Medauer, H. Diamond, K. McQuillan, D. Grelle. THIRD ROW: 
Manager N. Samia, R. Jabour, B. McKenzie, S. Walsh, B. Rose, K. Jones, J. Ingalls, E. Bakius, S. Rogelis, Manager R. Medauer. 
FOURTH ROW: Coach Bailey, L. Diaz, P. Mottram, S. Radulski, J. Mlecko, C. Katen, K. McRobbie, B. Blouin, Manager J. Richardson. 




72 This could tie the game! 



How HIGH is HIGH!! 




TERRY ANGUS 



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Nancy Gilbert, Donna Grelle, Paula AAerrow, Virginia Hodge, Randy Medauer, Cindy Smith, Helen AAichaud, Karen 
Jones, Elin Gunning, Ella Zakarackas. FRONT: Captain Judy^Kolba. 




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GINNY JUDY PAULA 




BACK ROW: Joyce D'Orto, Judy Ingalls, Harriet Diamond, Jeanne Marchlik, Barbara Ciras, Cheryl Green, Elaine Zaccari. 
MIDDLE ROW: Wendy Sleeper, Ann LaFrance^ Gloria Sigmon, Joyce Micavich, Dianne Heubner, Noreen Samia, Diane Mansur. 
FRONT: Captain Virginia Eastman. 




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"All together now . . . one . . . two . . . three. 



Student ^eeide%4 




BACK ROW: Advisor Miss Bailey, Terry Cook, Mary Lou Walthers, Pat Lawton, Wendy Sleeper, Barbara Pietraszek, Joanne Ventura, 
Corrine Kondry, Bonnie Mazucco. MIDDLE ROW: Martha McKenzie, Terry Angus, Judy Kolba, Alice Laffin, Joyce Richardson, Irene 
Koscielniak, Beverly Akam, Rita Donovan. FRONT ROW: Noreen Samia, Ginny Hodge, Carol Moynihan, Paula Merrow, Monica McRobbie, 
Barbara Fa re Hi. 




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a March 




Foreign Relations 



'Honest, Mr. Russell, he's a freshman." 



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"Get off my foot" 





Arthur Wyman, Pat Yurkavich, Kenneth White, Ronald Dyer, Terry Cook, Wendy Sleeper, Geoffrey Bardsley. 




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Tears of joy 




One more time 




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"ME marry YOU!" 







Meg Wheeler 


_ Judy Kolba 


Mrs. Wheeler 


Marie Dawson 


Mr. Wheeler 


Alan Cirella 


Aunt Fern 


Agnes Armitage 


Aunt Lettie 


Susan Eaton 


Lisa 


Wendy Sleeper 


Ada 


Elaine Kalil 


Ruby 


Ginny Hodge 


Heidi .... . 


Betsy Chase 


Jeannie _ 


Sheila Mistal 


Jerri 


Arlyne Quiambao 


Vince 


Manny Sousa 


Miles Doughton 


George Laffin 


Evan Doughton 


Jimmy St. Clair 


Ellen 


Monica McRobbie 


Jane 


Mary Lou Walther 
Jimmy Brett 


Conductor 


Telephone Operator 


Thora Houghton 


Mailman 


Kenney Campbell 



No comment! 



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"Hum, what a catch!" 




Judy Kolba, Noreen Samia, Cathy Armistead, Ronnie Dyer, Joyce Tilley, Tom Solomon, Geoffrey Taylor, Nancy Smith, Ginny Eastman, 
Susan Eaton, Monica McRobbie, Arthur Nicholson, Ann LaFrance, Miss Lange, George Lamontagne, Arlyne Quiambao, Joyce Micavich, 
Mary Lou Walther, Corrine Kondry, Agnes Armitage. 

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Student (Zacatcit 






)L. 4, No. 1 - OCTOBER 



ditorial 



CHARLIE BRO 



Since the beginning o 
rowns have been in exis 
jdgment of great men ar 
isagreeing with their theo 
laced their fellow man al 
y electing him to importar 
s business executives, repi 
resident. They have st 
rder to give way to the 
he Charlie Browns make 
reak the rules to suit the 

Are the Charlie Brown: 
nportant? They are the 
eople in the world becau; 
tc decisions that conceri 
hey're the minority and th 
re they? They are the on 
t Columbus then praised , 
overy. They're the ones that said reach 
iq the moon was crazy, yet praised th< 
Jea once it showed promise of fulfillment. 
Without Charlie Brown the world would 
e worthless, because Charlie Brown is the 
/orld. In the past he has done a areat 
jb. Now it is u 

jday you ar 

ght decisions? 
len to office? 
;aders? Of cc 
an't lose. 




i ne opporruniTv is ours; the wav we use 
JOYCE MICAVICH, MISS DORAN, CAMILLE BONANNO 
Bernadine Hood '6>6 



(Edito 
a fresiniiati 



Settayi £cUton& 



by 



:THUEN, MASSACHUSf 



: OF EDUCATION 

lg education after gr 
school is practically 
students want to kn 
lumerous reasons, 
eason, of course, is 
jrselves for the futu 
iressing country, comf 
extremely keen. As 
eople can secure and 
position if they lack sor 
ucation. 

many students can sta 
classmates and speak 
\ becoming jittery? 
>n for this is that 
:e. Furthering our 
overcome this handic 
rson finally decides 
a business institute, 
trade school is not the important fact 
tore important is his desire to obtain 
ther knowledge. This is the person w 
will eventually become a success in lifi 
Joyce Micavich 
Co-Editor 



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Importan 

ow well Lee Ku 

ow much Billy 

ne embarrassing 
gets into. 

ow well Chris C 

ow Slap-happy 

ow serious Caro 
he smiling face: 
2n Hall, Scott Ai 
:ott Angus, and 

ow much Sheila 
men Football, t 
"Bye" 

Virginia Eastman 




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le city becau 
th you. Wh 
AMth it?" 
caster." 

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my head, 
swers 
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ring 

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senior editor 



To err is human, but when the eraser 
wears out before the pencil, you're over- 
doing it. 



shes to than 

atives who di 

ouidining subscrii 
tions for our school paper. 



ed shoes and magenta knee trouble with chemistry tests. A certain 

npKnn "'^ndering what Brian Grenda 
^U4i*te4<4> Sfa££ 5re time - 1 hear that Bar- 



It seems a shame that so many senio 



t time, be careful 



lad fun at Hampton Beach 



games becau: 




was | 

Paper 
freshr 

freshr 
land Ci 
|himse 
I On 
ie whc 
Susan 

Ueen of our class. This was 
' a grand march in which the 
:freshman participated. It was 
bnior class officers who accom- 
'ur newly elected officers who 
t Michael Chwalek, Vice Pres- 
I Yanagi, Secretary Linda Moyn- 
ier Cindy Keller, and Student 
nbers Colleen Hyde, Barbara 
dd Jeffrey Sandler. The fresh- 
wore beanies and carried 
nde by members of the senior 

hid march ended, the members 
I formed a reception line and 
r ntroduced a freshman to the 
Hthe faculty. General dancing 
joyed until 1 1:00 P.M. 

(lb members of the senior class 
tening possible, the freshman 
j to extend its thanks to the 



BLUE AND WHITE STAFF 1962-1963 



CO-EDITORS 

JOYCE MlCAVICH 
CAM I LLE BONANNO 

LITERARY EDITOR 

AGNES ARM ITAGE 

BUSINESS STAFF 

DOROTHY COOPER. MGR. 
SANDRA FALT 
CAROL PARENTI 
NANCY EATON 
BARBARA BENNETT 

CIRCULATION STAFF 

VIRGINIA INCOLLINGO. MGR. 
DANIEL BARNAT 
DAVID O'BRIEN 
JOYCE BEELEY 
LINDA MCGONIGLE 

PROFILES 

MARTHA MCKENZIE. EDITOR 
BURMA KELLER 
PAULA GOLDBLATT 



SPECIAL FEATURES 

ARLYNE QUIAMBO. EDITOR 
ELAINE KEVGAS 
PAMELA VOGEL 
GERALDINE RICKLEY 

EXCHANGES 

MONICA MCROBBIE. EDITOR 
SUSAN HANSON 
JANICE SAWYER 
NADINE CAVALLARO 

GIRLS' ATHLETICS 

JUDY KOLBA. EDITOR 
THERESA ANGUS 
PAMELA MACOUL 

ALUMNI 

PAULA MERROW. EDITOR 
ROSEMARY LICATA 

CLUB NEWS 

JEAN BENOIT. EDITOR 
JOAN TULLEY 
MARK EATON 



ADVISOR 

MISS KATHLEEN M, DORAN 

CHIT CHAT 

VIRGINIA EASTMAN. EDITOR 
BARBARA MADDEN 
JANE CRITOCOS 
COl.EEN HYDE 

CLASS REPORTERS 

SR CATHERINE A R M I STEAD 
JR CHRISTINE YOUNG 
SOPH ARLENE BLOTNER 
FR MICHAEL CHWALEK 

TYPISTS 

MARGARET HIKEL. MGR 
VIRGINIA BECKER 
SHARON DEROCHERS 

MARY FIORE 
IRENE KOSCIELNIAK 

BOY S ATHLETICS 

ALAN STRONDAK EDITOR 



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ARTHUR NICHOLSON 




MR. LISTER 



Sttine St*$ 




BACK ROW: Fran Rickley, Judy Kolba, Betsy Chase, Joe LaGrasse, Jo-Ann Ventura, Tom Solomon, Ron Dyer, Judy Stuart, Bob Asadoor, 

Quiambao. 

FRONT ROW: Mary Lou Walther, Agnes Armitage, Corrine Kondry, Arthur Nicholson, Advisor, Mr. Lister, Susan Eaton, Joyce Rodgers. 



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Agnes Armitage, Bill Lodge, AAarjorie Johnson, Joan DeAngelis, Eddie Thompson, Gerry Bassett, Susan Paul, Sandra 
Bagley, Mr. Russell, Joe Bella, Carol Clamp, Peggy Hikel, Manny Sousa, Deidra Deed, Alan Cirella, Marie Dawson, 

Velva Erban. 




BACK ROW: Mr. Goebel, John Patrick, James Eaton, George Ruff, Richard Ritter. FRONT ROW: Robert Hall, Richard 



pa#iavi *7%i4to>Uc*£ Society 




BACK ROW: Joyce Rogers, Arlene Quiambao, Polly Griffin, Susan Paul, Joan Tulley, Christine Young, Nancy Pieslak, Ann Findeisen, Gayle 
Preston, Martha Henderson, Brenda Hughes, Lois Prolman, Janet Blouin, Cheryl Green, Ella Zakarackas, Barbara Madden, Beverly Akam. MIDDLE ROW: 
Margaret Hickel, Wendy Sleeper, Ann Loon, Barbara Farelli, Pamela Macoul, Agnes Armitage, Elaine Kerigas, Virginia Eastman, Rita Donovan, 
Camille Bonanno, Helen Michaud. FRONT ROW: Marjorie Johnson, Pamela Vogel, Edward Thompson, Dierdra Deed, Sandra Bagley, Paula Merrow. 

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MR. SHEA 



Agnes Armitage, Susan Eafon, Bob Asadoor, Joel Blotner, Jimmy Zanfagna, Joe La Grasse, George Lamontagne, Bill Barry, 
Charles Vickers, Ronnie Dyer, Geoffrey Bardsley, John Jovel, Lucy DiResta, Arlyne Quiambao, Mr. Shea, Mr. Fradefte, Judy 
Kolba, Noreen Samia, Ann LaFrance, Jo Ann Fichera, Tom Turmel, Dan Barnat, Diane Huebner, Corrine Kondry, Barbara 

Pietrascik, Terry Cook. 




Mr. Russell, George Lamontagne, Corrine Kondry, Joe LaGrasse, 
Alan Strondak. 




Manny Sousa, Joel Blotner, Walter Kudzia, James Zanfagna, Geoffrey, Bardsley, Geoffrey Taylor, Charles Vickers, David Sobbagh, Bill 
Barry, Bob Worthington, Jimmy St. Claire, Ronnie Dyer, Kenny Steinert, Ricky Faro, Bob Asadoor, Mr. Russell, Agnes Armitage, Ginny 
Hodge, Nancy Smith, George Lamontagne, Corrine Kondry, Joe LaGrasse, Alan Strondak, Joyce Tilley, Arthur Nicholson, George Laffin. 



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TROMBONES: 
Alfred Brothers-lst 
Richard Sifferlen 
Jean Shinner-2nd 
Glen Davis 
Frank Weymouth-3rd 

BASSES: 

Frank Sierpina-1 st 
Mark Eaton-2nd 
Gerard Quintal-3rd 

BARITONE: 
George Mingins 

HORNS: 

Janice Sawyer-1 st 
Donna Bakios-2nd 
Janet Wagner-3rd 

FLUTES: 
Carol Holt-lst 
Linda Culley-2nd 

SAXOPHONES: 

Ann Findeisen-1 st Alto Sax 

Diane Kania-2nd 

Linda Weinhold-3rd 

Tom Graham-lst Tenor Sax 

Dean Davis-2nd 

SOLO CLARINETS: 
Danial Barnat-lst 
Jane Criticas 
Manny Sousa-2nd 
Tom Guilmet 
Charlea Martin-3rd 
Brenda Hughes 




MR. HAROLD McDONNELL 
"Mac" 



SNARE DRUM: 
Joseph Wade 
Ellayne Elias 
Eric Proctor 
John Barry 

BASS DRUM: 
John Nault 



CYMBALS: 
James Ralph 

SOLO CORNETS: 
George Laffin-lst 
James Wagner 
Fred Cook-2nd 
Richard Huebner 



CORNETS: 
Joseph Sapienza 
Johnathan Zurwell 

SECOND CORNETS: 
Peter Hayhow 
Bruce Skaff 

THIRD CORNETS: 
Carol Klufts 
William Gallagher 
Tom Houghton 

TRUMPETS: 
Mike Mesrobian-1 st 
Alfred Graicien 
James Wilson-2nd 

1st CLARINETS: 
Alan Shafer 
Aram Sarkisian 

2nd CLARINETS: 
Susan Eaton-lst 
Coleen Hyde 
Joyce Healey-2nd 
Gary White 

3rd CLARINETS: 
Martha Henderson 
Barbara Hebert 
Kenny Bonanno 
Joyce Earnshaw 
Joy Davis 




President George Laffin 
Vice President Manuel Sousa 
Secretary Susan Eaton 
Treasurer Dean Davis 




"Take ten" 



105 



MR. MORISSETTE 




ART WYAAAN KEN WHITE 




BACK ROW: John McGibbon, James Irving, Alan Cirella, William Kerry, James Zanfagna, Geoffrey Taylor, Thomas Fay, Robert Barnat, John 
McClintock, Walter Kudzia, John Atkinson, Ricky Faro, Louis Debffnedetto, Kenneth Poirier. MIDDLE ROW: Drill Instructor Mr. Morrisette, Peter 
Haidaichuk, Thomas Turmel, Philip Beaulieu, Robert Murphy, Edward Tompkins, Paul Dorman, Clark Stewart, Chester Wilczynski, James St. Clair, 
William Barry. FRONT ROW: Earl Schubert, Richard Heinz, Kenneth Campbell, Kenneth White, Arthur Wyman, Ronald Dyer, ■ Geoffrey Bardsley, 
Raymond Nutton, Robert Waldie. 

1 06 




108 



'Here we go, ready or not." 



"And just what do you think you're 
trying to do?" 





"What a physique 



>>2 A 8 



Women Drivers did this! 



MO 



"How SWEET it is!!" 



Upperclassmen lead Frosh onward. 



Planning the Great Conspiracy 



Wild Bill's purple pony threw a shoe! 




"When I grow up, I want to be a The world looks better this way! 

football hero." 




"I have a feeling someone is trying 
to avoid me." 



Ring-around-the Rosie 




0CaA6 'Dtnectotcf, 



Akam, Beverly 

Alianiello, Anthony . 

Allard, Karen 

Amiss, Dana 

Alianiello, Anthony _ 

Allard, Karen 

Amiss, Dana _ 

Ammon, Kenneth 

Ange, Albert 

Angus, Theresa 

Armistead, Catherine 

Armitage, Agnes 

Asadoof, Robert 

Athayde, William 
Atkinson, John 

Bagley, Sandra 

Balfour, Nancy 

Balukonis, Elaine 

Barberio, Joseph 

Bardsley, Geoffrey _ 

Barnat, Robert 

Barry, William 

Bassett, Geraldine 

Bateman, William 

Bauchman, Pamela _ 

Beaulieu, Philip 

Becker, Virginia 

Bella, Joseph 

Benoit, Jean 

Bistany, Donald 

Blight, Jane 

Blood, Nancy 

Blotner, Joel 

Bogannam, Daniel 

Bonacorsi, Joseph Jr. 

Boren, Martha 

Borrun, John 

Brackett, William 

Brett, James 

Brothers, Alfred 

Bucci, Elaine 

Buco, Angela 



Campbell, Kenneth 
Campolini, Ernest . 
Chase, Elizabeth 

Cirella, Alan V 

Cloutier, Steven ... 
Cody, Robert 
Connell, Veronica _ 
Cook, Theresa 
Cooper, Dorothy _ 
Cote, Robert 



10 Gage St. 

14 Reservoir St. 

18 Belmont St. 

.11 Maplewood Ave. 

14 Reservoir St. 

18 Belmont St. 

.11 Maplewood Ave. 

30 Tudor St. 

26 Simone St. 

17 Tremont St. 

5 Hemlock Ct. 

±25 Bates St. 



.90 North Lowell St. 

48 Broadway 

59 Newport St. 



6 Peaslee Ter. 

......224 Pelham St. 

110 Center St. 

. 39 Arlington St. 

9 Noyes St. 

39 Lawrence St. 

.130 Washington St. 
. ..70 Birchwood Rd. 

35 Louise Ave. 

„27 Larchwood Rd. 

44 Haverhill St. 

26 Adams Ave. 

60 Boston St. 

13 Kimball Rd. 

24 Golf Ave. 

21 Bruce St. 

16 Avon Ave. 

_ 14 Duston Dr. 

.12 Lexington Ave. 

25 Delmont St. 

.. 296 Lowell St. 

11 'Fulton St. 

_ 19 Lowell St. 

1 1 Home St. 

.109 Oakland Ave. 

34 Calumet Rd. 

20 Thissell St. 



3 Elm St. 

56 Oak Hill Dr. 
...21 Bedford St. 
40 Brook St. 



. 530 Prospect St. 
. 234 Oakland Ave. 

34 Lippold St. 

.... 19 Marjorie St. 

17 Delmont St. 

21 Kirk St. 



Coughlan, William 46 French St. 

Craig, Beverly 80 Myrtle St. 



D'Agata, Gilda G. _ 

Danahy, Karin 

Davis, Dean 
Davis, Stephen 
Dawson, Marie 
DeBenedetto, Louis _ 
Deed, Deirdra 
Derochers, Paulette 
Derochers, Sharon _ 
Devine, Margaret _ 



2 Gaywood Circle 

76 Ayer St. 
262 Hampshire St. 
43 Pleasant St. 
33 East Brook Place 
. ..128 Hampshire Rd. 
97 Pelham St. 
6 Cochrane St. 
6 Cochrane St. 
146 Edgewood Ave. 



DiResta, Lucy 501-A Prospect St. 

Donovan, Rita 69 Hillcrest St. 

Dorman, Paul M 110 Piedmont St. 

Duffen, Marcella 44 West St. 

Duhamel, Diana 133 Oakland Ave. 

Dyer, Ronald 10 Filbert St. 



Eastman, Virginia 

Eaton, Susan 

Elias, Ellayne 

English, Elaine 

Erban, Velva 



30 Kimball Rd. 

.135 North Lowell St. 

318 Forest St. 

103 Ashland Ave. 

.. 5 Milk St. 



Fa re 1 1 i, Barbara . 

Faro, Ricky 

Fay, Thomas 

Fiore, Mary 

Ford, John 

Franco, Paula _ 
Fusco, Anthony 



Galarneau, Paul 



.17 Somerset St. 
3 Green St. 



. 3 Woodside Ave. 
.75 Merrimack Rd. 

. .. 1 Austin St. 

43 Laurel Ave. 

...16 Coolidge St. 



39 Glen Ave. 

Gammons, Linda 115 Oakland Ave. 

Genest, Raymond 15 Orchard St. 

Gentile, Lawrence 150 East St. 

Gorski, Karen A. 17 William St 

Graham, Virginia 377 Lowell St. 

Grasso, Guy _ 180 Hampshire St 

Griffin, Mary Ann 234 Broadway 

Guillette, Francine 33 Venice Rd. 



Hadfield, Sylvia 11 Edgewood Ter. 

Hagerty, Joyce 24 Sheldon St. 

Haidaichuk, Peter G 26 Greenmont Ter. 

Hajjar, Gita 30 Farley St. 

Hanson, Richard 40 Cypress Ave 

Hatem, Ernest 54 Oak St. 

Hayes, Beverly 78 Oakside Ave. 

Heinz, Richard 29 West St. 

Higgins, Lloyd 3 Goldsmith Ct. 

Hikel, Margaret 16 Willow St. 

Hodge, Virginia 18 Clinton St. 

Houghton, Thora 6 Maguire St. 

Houston, Betty 16 Quebec St. 

Howshan, David 27 Jackson St. 

Huebner, Diane 39 Vermont St. 



Incollingo, Virginia 
Irving, James 



214 Pleasant Valley St. 
26 Sea St. 



. 51 Howe St. 
24 Burgess St. 
_ 17 School St. 



Jacobucci, Emil _. 

Johnson, Diana 

Johnson, Marjorie 

Jovell, John 104 Tenney St. 



Kachanian, Richard 109 Pleasant St. 

Kady, Richard 193 East St. 

Kalil, Elaine 5 Center St. 

Keleher, Karen 34 Union St. 

Kental, Barbara 17 Chase St. 

Keogh, James 28 Pinewood Rd. 

Kerry, William 161 Tenney St. 

Kirkman, John 224 Howe St. 

Kolba, Judith 17 Alvin St. 

Kolifrath, James _ 75 Phillips St. 

Kondry, Corrine 152 Center St. 

Koscielniak, Irene _ _ 78 Railroad St. 

Kudzia, Walter 6 Wilfred St. 



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Laffin, Alice 24 Kirk St. 

Laffin, George _ ..87 Pleasant St. 

LaFrance, Ann 35 Gaywood Circle 

LaGrasse, Joseph 70 Boston St. 

Lahoud, John 461 Prospect St. 

Lambert, Albert 11 Francella Rd. 

Lamontagne, George 10 North St. 

Law, Kenneth ...92 Lowell St. 

Lawton, Patricia 14 First St. 

Leach, David 21 Vi Camden St. 

LePage, Garrison _ 27 Plymouth St. 

Levesque, Elaine ...73 Tower St. 

Licciardello, Sandra 11 Longwood Rd. 

Loeschner, William 52 Pelham St. 

Loiacono, Anthony 70 Elmwood Rd. 

Loon, Ann Marie .286 Pelham St. 

Lucinskas, John _ 25 Pitman St. 



Malbon, Kathleen 605 Lowell St. 

AAansur, Dianne 3 Nevins Rd. 

Maranto, Claire ...13 Golf Ave. 

Marcello, Joseph 304 Broadway 

Martelle, Rita 1 Ingalls Ct. 

Martino, Carmen _. 5 King St. 

Mazzucco, Bonnie 29 Durrell St. 

AAcClintock, John 40 Lowell St. 

McGibbon, John ...16 Camden St. 

McKenzie, Martha ..140 Hampstead St. 

McRobbie, Monica 74 Tower St. 

Meehan, Sharyn __ 29 Howe St. 

Mercier, Bernard 87 Phillips St. 

Merrow, Paula _ 132 East St. 

Mesiti, Robert 137 Oakland Ave. 

Micavich, Joyce 37 Ridge Rd. 

Middlemiss, Dianne 26 Glen Forest Lane 

Mikolis, Mary Jean 5 Pearl Ct. 

Mistal, Sheila ... 580 Howe St. 

Morgan, Virginia 44 Arnold St. 

Morrissey, James — 15 Tremont St. 

Moynihan, Carol — 615 Prospect St. 

Murphy, Robert . 283 Broadway 



Najarian, John _ 157 East St. 

Nault, Ruth Ann 20 Newhill Rd. 

Nicholson, Arthur 9 Park Ave. 

Nicholson, Robert 20 Hemenway St. 

Nicolosi, Elaine _ — —34 Merrimac St. 

Nutton, Raymond 178 East St. 



Rogalski, Patricia ....44 p ar i s St. 

Ross, Anthony 41 Milk St. 

Roy, Barbara 31 Francis St. 

Roy, Hervey _ 31 Francis St. 

Rumore, Daniel . 3 Arthur St. 



Saab, Julia 23 North St. 

Sabbagh, David 22 Lippold St. 

St. Clair, James _ 88 Ashland Ave. 

St. Jean, Chanel 2 Wellington St. 

Samia, Noreen 96 Vermont St. 

Sandner, George 21 1 Howe St. 

Sapuppo, Rosemary 204 East St. 

Sarkisian, Aram 89 Forest St. 

Schubert, Earl ....18 Bailey St. 

Shaia, Beverly 8 Shirley Ave. 

Sheehan, Sandra 97 Lowell St. 

Shibel, Frances ...8 Lawrence St. 

Shisko, Sheila _. 3 Field Ave. 

Sideri, Richard 70 Baltic St. 

Sigmon, Gloria ___.2542 South West 13 St. 

Miami 45, Florida 

Silva, Philip _ 12 Reservoir St. 

Simili, Carolyn ....82 Reservoir St. 

Sleeper, Wendy 19 Somerset St. 

Smith, Nancy ._ 25 Auburn St. 

Snow, Sue Ellen 320 Forest St. 

Socci, Adele .... 70 Ayer St. 

Solomon, Thomas 32 Simone St. 

Soucy, Lucille 28 Venice Rd 

Sousa, Manuel — 5 Elm St 

Steinert, Kenneth 899 Riverside Dr 

Stewart, Clark _ 18 Wayside Ave 

Stromei, Lucille .199 East Si 

Strondak, Alan 40 Westland St 

Stuart, Judith 1 Closson Ct 

Sweet, John _ 31 East St 

Szelest, John _ _ 1 Edgeworth St. 



Taylor, Geoffrey 217 Oakland Ave 

Tilley, Joyce 14 Arcadia St. 

Tokowicz, Edward 12 Alvin St. 

Tompkins, Edward 12 Pleasant St. 

Torrisi, Paul _ 17 Olive St. 

Turmel, Thomas 45 Benefit St. 



Ventura, Joanne 27 Buswell Ave. 

Ve/itura, Nadine 11 Vincent Ave. 

Vickers, Charles — -12 Pleasant St. 

Vigneault, William —4 Woodside Ave. 



Pappalardo, Patrick _ 16 Vale St. 

Parenti, Carol — - 13 Cross Ave. 

Parisi, Marilyn _ - 81 East St. 

Picarillo, Lynda 4 Hemenway St. 

Pietraszek, Barbara 342 Lowell St. 

Plonowski, Cynthia 5 May Ct. 

Poirier, J. Kenneth _ 3 Parlser Ct. 

Polizotti, Michael _ 34 Baremeadow St. 

Popielarski, Lewis 96 Railroad St. 



Quiambao, Arlyne _ 30 Pleasant St. 



Waite, Carol 12 Cypress Ave. 

Waldie, Robert _ — 2 Elsmere Ave. 

Walsh, Amy _ 12 Center St. 

Walther, Mary Lou 151 Tyler St. 

Waring, Linda 35 Oakland Ave. 

Whalen, Fred 48 Tenney St. 

White, Kenneth 93 Lowell St. 

Wilczynski, Chester 69 Ashland Ave. 

Wood, Barbara _. 28 Dewey St. 

Worthington, Robert 1 Emsley Ter. 

Wrinkle, Linda Mae 248 Oakland Ave. 

Wyman, Arthur 4 Brook St. 



Rapazzo, Joanne 4 Chelmsford St. 

Richardson, Joyce 120 Howe St. 

Rickley, Frances _ 5 Florence Rd. 

Rodgers, Joyce _ - 14 Windsor St. 



Yurkavich, Patricia 5 Quincy St. 

Zanfagna, James 7 Ingalls Ct. 

Zelles, Janice 18 Kimball Rd. 



115 




A BAG OF TOOLS 

Isn't it strange that princes and 
kings 

And clowns that caper in sawdust 
rings, 

And common people like you and ne, 
Are builders for eternity? 

To each is given a bag of tools, 
A shapeless mass, and a book of 
rules,- 



And each must make, ere life has 
flown, 





t6e ?utune Suit Out Ot»*. 




The queen and her attendants 



Take these— then come back to polish my shoes! 




Methuen High School Drum Corps. 




BACK ROW: Coach Carol Bailey, Alice Zacharias, Dottie Cooper, Bonnie McKenzie, Carol Belair, Judy Fay, Judy Mlechko, Pat 
Mottram, Sheila Cunningham, Christine Lavigne, Coleen Hyde, Manager Pamela Macoul. 

FRONT ROW: Paula Anderson, Sheryl Radulski, Susan Walsh, Linda Diaz, Sheila Radulski, Terry Angus, Kate McQuillan, Nancy 
Healey, Jean Lemieux. 





Bob Barnat 



Bill Coughlan 




It's a good thing no one has claustrophobia! 





End of a Perfect Night 



Se*Uo% /4cutvuU> 



GOLD "M" PINS 

A. Armitage, N. Smith, C. Kondry, J. Micavich, 
G. Lamontagne, J. Tilley, S. Eaton, A. LaFrance, G. 
Taylor, R. Dyer, C. Armistead, A. Quiambao, V. 
Eastman, J. Kolba, M. Walther, L. DiResta, N. Sa- 
mia, A. Nicholson, J. Keogh, W. Sleeper, D. Hueb- 
ner, R. Worthington, W. Barry, A. Brothers, T. 
Soloman, N. Blood, V. Becker, I. Koscielniak, K. 
Keleher, M. McRobbie. 



METHUEN SCHOOLS BOOSTERS CLUB 
SCHOLARSHIPS 

W. Barry, N. Blood, R. Dyer, C. Kondry, B. Pietras- 
zek, A. Strondak. 



TENNEY EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
Elizabeth Chase, Theresa Cook, George Lamon- 
tagne, Arlyne Quiambao. 



INGALLS MEDAL 

Corrine Kondry and George Lamontagne. 



RENSSELAER MEDAL 
Agnes Armitage. 

METHUEN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD' 
Susan Eaton. 



METHUEN BOARD OF TRADE SCHOLARSHIP 

AWARD 

Margaret Hikel. 

ITALIAN AMERICAN TOILERS INC. SCHOLARSHIP 
Ann LaFrance. 



THE MOSES N. PERKINS MEMORIAL AWARD FOR 
POETRY 

Alfred Brothers. 



ITALIAN-AMERICAN TOILERS AWARD FOR 
PROFICIENCY IN ITALIAN 
Arthur Nicholson 3rd. 



THE WALTER PEARSON MUSIC PRIZE 
George Laffin. 



WEBBER-FISKE TEACHER TRAINING 

SCHOLARSHIP 

Theresa Cook. 



DORYCE LORD FRENCH PRIZE 
Judith Stuart. 



JOYCE H. MINZNER MEMORIAL TROPHY 
Theresa Angus. 



MATHEMATICAL ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA 
AND SOCIETY OF ACTUARIES 
Corrine Kondry. 



WOMAN'S CIVIC CLUB OF METHUEN 
Nancy Smith. 

METHUEN POST 122 GOOD CITIZENSHIP 
AWARDS 

Elizabeth Chase and Arthur Nicholson. 



THE BESSIE CUNLIFFE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 
Susan Eaton 



GILL AVENUE ASSOCIATES SCHOLARSHIP 

AWARD 

Ronald Dyer. 



CLOVER HILL NURSING SCHOLARSHIP 
Barbara Pietraszek. 

METHUEN TEACHERS' CLUB SCHOLARSHIP 

AWARD 

Susan Eaton. 

THE D.A.R. STATE CERTIFICATE 

Joyce Tilley. 

THE CARRIE MAY LYMAN SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 
Catherine Armistead. 

RAINBOW SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 
Susan Eaton. 

METHUEN "M" CLUB SCHOLARSHIP 
Alan Strondak. 



13 



TENNEY HIGH SCHOOL SONG 

The call to advanced and broader fields 
Is ringing loud and clear 
With hope and expectation high 
We answer without fear. 

The work we've done, the truths we've learned 
Will bring success we know- 
Undaunted, firm we'll ever be 
As toward our goal we go. 

Farewell to thee, dear Tenney High 
We'll always remember thee, 
For all we've gained within your walls 
We'll always cherish thee. 



SALUTATORIAN 
Corrine Kondry 




". . . It is this one word— moderation— that I leave 
with you, the class of 1963. May .this one word 
guide you through all the trials of the future long 
after this day and these speeches have been for- 
gotten. May you, collectively and individually, 
search for it and find it; may you grasp on to it 
and value it; and may you never lose sight of that 
perfect balance of everything in life. 

"Now, as the setting sun brings to a close an- 
other day, I bring to a close this chapter of our 
lives by bidding to each of you a fond farewell." 

Agnes Armitage 



HONOR ESSAYIST 
Joyce Micavich 



&C<z4A of ?963 




"My name is Bev Akam, what's 
yours?" 



"Ma, she's making eyes at me!" 



'Alan, my boy, FIFTY-FIFTY.' 



15 



By Jovce Tilley and Ronald Dyer 
FRESHMAN 



RONNIE: Watch out for these stairs. They are certainly old 
and creaky! I don't think anybody's been up in this attic 
. . . well, at least since 1963. I wonder what's up here. 

JOYCE: Well, there's plenty of dust. There's almost as much 
up here as there used to be in the bottom of our lockers 
at the end of the year. 

RONNIE: Let me help you open that old trunk. 

JOYCE: Ronnie, please. I'd rather do it myself! 

RONNIE: All right! All right! Hey, what's that book? 

JOYCE: It's our high school scrap book. Let's see just how 
much disorder and mischief our class caused during our 
four years at Tenney. 

RONNIE: Yes, those were the good old years when the 
teachers appeared to be a bit frustrated and, we suspect, 
began slipping tranquilizers into their morning coffee to 
help them cope with us. The custodians, trying to keep our 
school neat, were sweeping through the corridors in go- 
carts. 

JOYCE: Say! Here's a picture of the Freshman Class officers. 
You were the president, Ronnie; Carol Moynihan was vice 
president; Susan Eaton, secretary; and Karen Allard, treasurer. 

RONNIE: Here are our Student Council members, too, under 
the capable direction of Mr. Alfred Law. They are Martha 
McKenzie, Sheila Mistal, and Kenny Campbell. 

JOYCE: Remember our first big social event, the Freshman Re- 
ception? The seniors treated us to a wonderful time. 

RONNIE: Yes, except for when they were a little careless with 
those king-sized safety pins. 

JOYCE: The night ended with the crowning of Arlyne Quiambao 
and King Alan Strondak. 

RONNIE: The next thing that I recall was the 54th Military Ball. 
As freshmen, we thought that this was one of the most 
important events of the year. 

JOYCE: Yes, I shall never forget the many girls waiting anxious- 
ly to be asked by the cadets to our first formal, the Military 
Ball. 

RONNIE: The Talent Show was the next important social event 
in our freshman year. I remember Pat Yurkavich as a flame 
dancer and Paula Merrow as an acrobat. 

JOYCE: Then came the first time that Tenney High School 
appeared on Boston Ballroom. We were all T.V. stars for a 
day. 

RONNIE: Cadet Field Day was also an eventful occasion. Art 
Wyman placed first among freshman cadets, Jeff Bardsley 
was second, and Joel Blotner third. 

JOYCE: There was so much excitement at Tenney when Judi 
Kolba was the only freshman who made cheerleading, and 
when Joyce Micavich, Wendy Sleeper, and Elaine English 
made the majorette squad. Naturally, we were delighted 
with the choice. 

RONNIE: That just about concludes all the freshman highlights. 



SOPHOMORE 

JOYCE: The summer passed before we knew it, though, and 
once again we converged in squadrons, battalions, and 
regiments on the halls of Tenney High School. Some of 
us were most unwilling . . . but we didn't want to grow 
up to be mules. 

RONNIE: Do you recall having a new feeling as a sophomore? 

JOYCE: Certainly! Since we were older and we were not 
freshmen anymore, there was more of a feeling of be- 
longing, and we indeed were necessary. 



RONNIE: Our sophomore year got off to a fine start with 
Al Strondak as president, Carol Moynihan as vice president 
(you like that combination), Ginny Hodge as secretary, 
and Ginny Incollingo as treasurer. 

JOYCE: This was the year that the "Girls" took over as our 
representatives on the Student Council. The new members 
were Sheila Mistal, Sanda Bagley, and Martha McKenzie. 

RONNIE: The D.A.R. awards were later presented to two of 
our outstanding sophomores, Agnes Armitage and Alan 
Strondak. 

JOYCE: The Cheering and Majorette tryouts came again, along 
with the usual sprained ligaments and backs. This time, 
congratulations went to Judi Kolba, Paula Merrow, and 

Ginny Hodge for making the Cheering Squad. The new 
Majorettes were Ginny Eastman, Elaine English, Diane 
Huebner, Ann LaFrance, Dianne Mansur, Gloria Sigmon, and 
Wendy Sleeper. How happy they were! 

RONNIE: That just about brings to an end our sophomore 
antics. Now, stay tuned for the second half of our exciting 
program, "Antics at Tenney," brought to you by the Beau- 
mont and Lister Lecturing Service, sponsors of those marve- 
lous, new, "lnsta"nt Hangout on the Corner" kits. 

JUNIOR 

JOYCE: Turn the page. Let's see what happened to our up- 
and-coming class in the junior year. 

RONNIE: First of all, our class was led on to great heights 
by our progressive class officers. Chief was Al Strondak, 
chief of vice was Corinne Kondry, scribe was Wendy Sleep- 
er, and wampum keeper was Arlyne Quiambao. 

JOYCE: Representing our class on the Student Council were 
our staunch and reliable classmates: Franny Rickley, Joyce 
Rogers, Joy Tilley, and Geoffrey Bardsley. 

RONNIE: This old scrap book certainly brings back many fond 
memories. 

JOYCE: I recall the day the Yearbook staff was announced 
and Arthur Nicholson was named Editor. 

RONNIE: Yes, the spring of our junior year surely was an 
eventful one. There were quite a number of honors that 
were given to our classmates at that time. 

JOYCE: There certainly were: Corinne Kondry and Ron Dyer 
were presented with the D.A.R. awards. Geoffrey Taylor 
received the Andover Harvard Club book award, and Bill 
Barry and Joyce Micavich were presented with the Civil 
War Centennial Medal for proficiency in American History. 

RONNIE: 1 remember that Ken White was awarded the 
Patnaude Medal. 

JOYCE: Agnes Armitage was chosen to attend Girls' State at 
Bridgewater State College, while Geoffrey Taylor and Ron 
Dyer went to the University of Massachusetts to attend 
Boys' State. 

RONNIE: Cadet Field Day had a special meaning for all the 
juniors. This would be the last time that they could enter 
the drill competition. Being congratulated are Ken White for 
finishing first. Art Wyman for second, and Jeff Bardsley for 
third. 

JOYCE: Hey, look! There is a picture of a room filled with 
smoke! 

RONNIE: Oh, no! The chemistry classes are at it again! 

JOYCE: Of course not. That's the assembly when nineteen 
studious members of our class were inducted into the Na- 
tional Honor Society in a solemn candlelight ceremony. 
The inductees were Agnes Armitage, Catherine Armistead, 
Ronald Dyer, Virginia Eastman, Susan Eaton, Judith Kolba, 



16 



Corinne Kondry, Ann LaFrance, President George Lamon- 
tagne, Joyce Micavich, Monica McRobbie, Arthur Nicholson, 
Arlyne Quiambao, Noreen Samia, Nancy Smith, Thomas 
Solomon, Geoffrey Taylor, Joyce Tilley, and Mary Lou 
Walther. Lucy DiResta later joined the Society in her senior 
year. 

RONNIE: That just about wraps up all of our junior activi- 
ties. Now, we could enjoy our long-awaited summer vaca- 
tion. 

SENIOR 

JOYCE: Our big year had finally come. We were now seniors 

and looked forward with great anticipation to a glorious 
year as the graduating class. It certainly proved a happy 
one for Pat Yurkavich and Ron Dyer, who were chosen Queen 
and King, respectively, of the class of '63. 

RONNIE: Our senior year snapped into motion almost immedi- 
ately with the beginning of the football season. Chosen to 
lead our Rangers on to conquering heights were co-captains 
Al Strondak and Steve Cloutier. 

JOYCE: Look! Here's a photograph of our football Queen, 
the vivacious and charming Karen Allard. The players, indeed, 
have very fine taste. 

RONNIE: And there is the girls' field hockey team, wielding 
their oversized boomerangs, in a charge across the field 
with Captain Terry Angus in the lead. 

JOYCE: Here are our Senior Class off icers— President, Corinne 
Kondry; vice president, Ronnie Dyer; secretary, Wendy Sleep- 
er; and treasurer, Arlyne Quiambao. The seniors never 
would have made it through the confusion and mass hys- 
teria of the graduating year, however, without the invalu- 
able help of our class advisor, that man about the school, 
mouse about the house, Mr. Russell. 

RONNIE: Here is a picture of the Student Council led by presi- 
dent Jeff Bardsley. Our other members were Joyce Rogers, 
Jim Brett, Sharon Desrochers, and Joyce Tilley. 

JOYCE: A happy night for all occurred with the arrival of the 
annual Cadet Hop. That night held a special joy for Cadet 
Corps Queen Pat Yurkavich and her attendants, Wendy 
Sleeper and Terry Cook. 

RONNIE: It meant a lot to the senior officers, too. Look! 
Here's a picture of Colonel Art Wyman and Lt. Col. Ken 
White being congratulated. 

JOYCE: Didn't our majorettes and cheerleaders look radiant 
in their new uniforms that year. Giving moral support to 
our boys with jubilant and energetic emissions of shouts 
and cheers were head cheerleader Judi Kolba, Ginny Hodge, 
and Paula Merrow. 

RONNIE: Stepping smartly in front of the band was Captain 
of the Majorettes Ginny Eastman, followed by Wendy Sleep- 
er, Ann LaFrance, Joyce Micavich, Noreen Samia, Diane 
Mansur, Diane Huebner, Alice Laffin, and Gloria Sigmon. 

JOYCE: Do you remember our school newspaper? Guided 
by the bubbling pens of co-editors Camille Bonanno and 
Joyce Micavich, our familiar Blue and White publication, 
gaining wide and prominent acclaim, commenced a com- 
plete, comprehensive, and uncensored coverage of the 
worldly happenings at our high school. 

RONNIE: The result of this report— the paper's name was 
changed to The National Enquirer. 

JOYCE: This was the year, too, that the Tenney High School 
Dance Band made its debut under the direction of none 
other than "Mac." 

RONNIE: Look! There are Captain Dave Howshan and our 
basketball team. This was the year that the team com- 



peted as a new member of the Lowell Suburban League, 
and finished . . . 

JOYCE: We don't know where! 

RONNIE: The girls' basketball team also began playing league 
games. Here is a snapshot of the co-captains Rita Donovan 
and you, Joyce. 

JOYCE: And here is another of the Christmas program. 

RONNIE: This was the event where we were introduced to 
an extremely talented group of senior boys, singing "Ru- 
dolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" and other songs their 
mothers had taught them. 

JOYCE: Do you remember the 57th annual Military Ball? The 
beautiful red, white, and blue decorations really made a 
perfect setting for the festivities of our last cadet ball. I 
remember, too, that our Talent Show was a tremendous 
success in our senior year. What a marvelous job George 
Laffin did as the master of ceremonies, and how spectac- 
ular the many acts were! 

RONNIE: Two of our talented classmates received individual 
awards in their senior year. One, Joyce Tilley, was given the 
D.A.R. award; and the other, Jim Brett, was chosen to rep- 
resent Tenney High School during Student Government Day. 

JOYCE: I remember that this was the year that the Cadet 
Corps was honored by being invited to participate in the 
St. Patrick's Day Parade in South Boston. 

RONNIE: Yes, and the officers, accompanied by Mr. Morissette, 
also enjoyed a week-end trip to the Military Academy at 
West Point. I doubt if the boys will ever forget what was 
located (by coincidence, of course) next to the motel. 

JOYCE: Just look at all the commotion on the athletic field! 
Our baseball team with Captain Al Strondak is practicing 
there. The team had a tremendous season, finishing in sec- 
ond place in the Lowell Suburban League and advancing 
to the Tech Tourney held during June. 

RONNIE: Also on the field is the girls' Softball team. At the 
helm were co-captains Dorothy Cooper and Terry Angus. 

JOYCE: Look how crowded the auditorium is. It must be our 
senior class play, Ask Any Girl. 

RONNIE: Or, more colloquially, The Call of the Wild. 

JOYCE: Judi Kolba as Meg Wheeler and George Laffin as 
Miles Doughton headed a fine cast. Never could the play 
have been presented, however, without the expert super- 
vision of Mrs. Hovanasian. 

RONNIE: Talking about asking girls reminds me of our Senior 
Prom, "Tropical Paradise." 

JOYCE: That's right! And, in preparing for this colorful ex- 
travaganza, 150 conniving debutantes, equipped with the 
most modern trapping supplies, dispersed among their 
less enthusiastic classmates, the boys, and emerged with 
their duped male escorts and enjoyed, at the boys' ex- 
pense, a fabulous evening. 

RONNIE: I will never forget "the" band that played for us 
that evening. You probably all remember their hit album 
that really rocked the charts— The Guitar Rockers, chanting 
the Watusi, The Zombie Jamboree, and other Irish Favorites. 

JOYCE: Hey! Look! Our entire senior class is assembled in 
the auditorium for the announcement of the class honors. 
Agnes Armitage was valedictorian, Corinne Kondry was 
salutatorian, Joyce Micavich was honor essayist, and George 
Lamontagne was the class day orator. That is the last page 
of our scrap book, Ronnie. It seems to be blurred. I won- 
der what it says. 

RONNIE: I know what it is. It's our class motto: "The past 
forever gone, the future still our own." 



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By Wendy Sleeper and Mary Lou Walther 



TIME: 1973 

PLACE: Space Station "63" 

WENDY: Why, Mary Lou Walther, when I called Earthside Employment 
Agency for a secretary, I never dreamed you'd be sent. We haven't 
seen each other since our high school graduation ten years ago. You've 
always had a passion for travel , but I never thought you'd get this 
far out! 

MARY LOU: Today has certainly been filled with marvelous surprises 
for me! My astronaut to the station was Kenneth Ammon, assisted 
by Chet WMczynski, David Leach, Bill Brackett, and Bob Nicholson. 
Those five hove been together since they joined the Air Force. 
Our spaceline hostesses were Sylvia Hadfield and Mary Jane Mikolis. 
I can't believe that you're actually a psychologist, Wendy! 

WENDY: This is a rather remote place, halfway between the earth 
and the moon. Psycho log i ca I help was urgently needed; therefore, I 
came to the rescue. Only yesterday astronauts senior grade Raymond 
Nut ton and Philip Beaulieu were seeking my aid. They both have 
a crush on the same little nurse, Sandy Bagley. 

MARY LOU: Speaking of nurses, I visited Saturn Floating Hospital yes- 
terday, and I found Carol Moynihan, Paula Merrow, Barbara Piet- 
raszek, Thora Houghton, Diane Huebner, Sheila Mistal, and Jean 
Benoit moaning over the release of Guy Grasso, who was playing 
doctor without a license. He's extremely proficient in everything! 

WENDY: Oh, yes, I remember. He never could decide on a vocation. 
There goes George Lamontagne; he's a weather forecaster for Mars, 
Venus, Jupiter, and Earth. Mars is quite beautiful. I was there 
last summer. Steven Ooutier and Richard Hanson are the planet's 
chief civil engineers — forever building new roads. William Loeschner, 
a forest ranger, does his best to guard Mother Nature's beauty, 
while Steve and Dick cut down his beloved trees. 

MARY LOU: At 1500 hours we must be sure to watch the Garrison 
LePage-Roberf Cody report on channel T.H.S., featuring the Teachers' 
Bowl. Participating will be Nancy Blood, who teaches elementary 
education; Linda Gammons, music; Alfred Brothers, German; Agnes 
Arm i tag e, calcuJus, analytic geometry, and advanced algebra; and 
Arthur Nicholson, math. 

WENDY: Have you been in Berlin recently? 

MARY LOU: No, what's new? 

WENDY: Well , you know the wall has been down for over seven years 
now; and Ricky Faro, Raymond Genest, Peter Haidaichuck, and Lloyd 
Higgins are busy transforming the eastern sector into a beautiful 
metropolis. Ernie Hatem, Dick Sideri, and Don Bistany are install- 
ing all the atomic electro dynamic circuits, while Jimmy Kolifrath, 
Joseph Bella, Al Lambert, Jim Morrissey, and Steve Davis are drafts- 
men for the three hundred floor cooperative apartment buildings. 

MARY LOU: How about Wal ter Kudzia, James Keogh, John Najarian, 
Geoffrey Taylor, and Larry Gentile? They all operate very lucrative 
businesses in Europe, but they commu te daily from the sta tes because 
their wives refuse to leave Long Island. Three other members of our 
class still on earth are Carol Waite, Linda Waring, and Kathleen 
Malbon, who are serving in the American embassy in Russia. 

WENDY: I guess quite a few of our old crowd are still on earth. A large 
number of fellows stayed in Hawaii after our fifth reunion. Danial 
Bogannam is in the physical education department and coaches the 
track team at the University of Hawaii. Dana Amiss, John Jovell, and 
Richard Kachanian bought the Hawaiian Village and divide their 
time between beach -combing and hotel management. Claire Ma ran to 
and John Szelest visit them whenever the fleet is in. Adele Socci teaches 
surfing at Waikiki. What a life! 

MARY LOU: Some other earthbound classmates are Robert Cote, said 
to be the swiftest barber in New York City. "Shave and a haircut 
in two minutes" is his motto. Tony Ross and Joe Marcello, also in 
New York, do all the illustrations for Lewis Popielarske's space travel 
bureau. Fran Shibel is their receptionist. I fs a real swing in' team! 

WENDY: William Coughlan finally finished college with about a dozen 
degrees. Now he is starting a prep school for teen-age Martians, 
of which Rober* Mesiti is headmaster. John Lahoud is going along 
on the venture as an I ,B.M. instructor, and Dean Davis will teach 
space engineering. Judy Stuart will teach united earth languages, 

Beverly Craig will be intra-planetory guidance director, and Virginia 
Becker, secretarial instructor for antennaed Martians. Ann LaFrance 
instructs the Martianettes in baton twirling, and Ginny Hodge instructs 
them in cheerleading. Ernest Campolini teaches getting along with 
teachers. Betty Lou Houston demonstrates how to win fraternity 
pins. Beverly Akam, Gita Ha j jar, Francine Guillette, Margaret Hikel, 
and Elaine Levesque are all doing an excellent [pb with the cor- 
respondence between the Earth i tes and the Martians. 

MARY LOU: I'm glad we finally made it to the moon in "65; so 
many families have moved there from the earth. The former Monica 
McRobbie, Gloria Sigmon, and Lynda Piccarillo have migrated 
there with their cherished families — six bundles of joy in each. 
Martha McKenzie and Arlyne Quiambao, social workers, help to 
make sure the Moon Company charter members keep busy and have 
few problems. 

WENDY; I read the tunor Roy this morning and was pleased to find 
that Phil Silva and Ed Tompkins have tied for first place in the 
Universal Pro Golf championship at Crater Country Club. Oh, by 
the way, Virginia Incollingo has finally traded her T-Bird for a 
Super-Electro. She is now circling the globe. I saw her on my 
Telstar 50 last month in the space drag race. Venus is extraordinarily 
bright this afternoon. The gols must really be living it up! 



MARY LOU: What girls? 

WENDY: Elaine Kalil has recently opened the Goddess of Love Beauty 
Salon. Her associates are Beverly Hayes, Elaine Nicolosi, Diane 
Duhamel , Marcel la Duff en, Sandra Liccardello, and Patricia Ro- 
galski. Joseph Bonacorsi, solar-system renowned beauty specialist, 
occasionally lectures them on loveliness. 

MARY LOU: Station 63 h simply out of this universe! Isn't the archi- 
tecture the masterpiece of Wi II iam Barry, Geoffrey Bard si ey, and 
Robert Waldie? 

WENDY: Yes, it is. Rick Heinz is a great success. He's chief me- 
chanical engineer for the I nterplanetorial Transportation Company, 
which has headquarters in East Jupiter. He also teaches European 
history and culture at night school. 

MARY LOU: Isn't it marvelous that United States Army Generals 

Arthur Wyman and Kenneth White, and Premier Zu of Russia are 

doing such fabulous work with their Earthside Peace Corps program, 

of which Robert Worthington is general chairman? 

WENDY: Oh, my, yes! How about our senior class president, Corrine 
Kondry, now a celebrated nuclear engineer? I believe she has a 
top secret plan for an astro -superio-flying saucer which may soon 
hit Pluto. As Corrine gets a new brainstorm, her secretary, Cathi 
Armistead, quickly jots it down. 

MARY LOU: Have you seen Joe LaGrasse lately? 

WENDY: No, I haven't seen him since our class reunion in Hawaii 
five years ago. 

MARY LOU: His architectural firm is designing the United Universal 
building in the tiny planet Minute. The James Irving Construction 
Company is building the structure. Right now Richard Kady is doing 
the ground work with his heavy equipment. 

WENDY: I nciden tally, Mary Lou, have you heard how that planet 
was discovered? Well, Chanel St. Jean was keeping tabs on his 
wife, the former Sharon Derochers, who was visiting friends on Venus, 
through his electrode tabometer when tiny Minute came to the 
screen. Leave it to Chanel to find the first new planet in a decade! 

MARY LOU: On the opposite side of Minute is built the medical clinic 
of Alan Cirella, Robert Asadoor, and Joel Blotner. The clinic's X-ray 
technicians are Joyce Micavich, Carol Parenti, Marilyn Parisi, and 
Nadine Ventura. Carol and Nadine hold Mr. Russell 's hands and 
feet while Joyce and Marilyn search his brain for flaws. Joyce 
Rodgers, Cynthia Plonowski, Nancy Smith, Amy Walsh, Sandra Shee- 
han, and Barbara Wood are just a few of the clinic's noted nurses. 
Rita Donovan and Peggy Devine are seriously thinking of starting 
another "Nurses" series over channel T.H.S. Sheila Shisko and 
Pamela Bauchman are the clinic's social workers; Pat Lawton and 
Julia Saab, the medical secretaries; and Rosemary Sapuppo, dental 
assistant and Ken Basey chaser. 

WENDY: I was scanning earth with my Telstar 50 at 800 hours this 
morning and happened to catch sight of the new 500 acre Tenney 
Memorial Academy. I guess the space-rod business has been rather 
successful for John Sweet; nearly every pupil has one. Policeman 
EmM Jacobucci was directing traffic along with state trooper Jack 
Kirkman. One teacher, Beverly Shaia, was scolding a pupil for re- 
ceiving "U" in conduct. Charles Vickers was reprimanding his quiet 
students, and Terri Cook was teaching everyone how to be kind to 
others. Another Teacher, Marie Dawson, was directing the senior 
play. Susan Eaton is English deportment head; Alan Strondak, math; 
Polly Griffin, art. Dave Howshan was teaching his physical education 
boys how to swim in the school's 200 foot pool, while Judy Kolba 
and Angela Bucco's physical educa tion girls bombarded them. Janice 
Zelles is the school's dean of girls. John Borrun, the dean of boys, 
attends detention daily to babysit for those now holding his former 
position. Of course, Ken Campbell is principal. 

MARY LOU: My, do you think it would be possible for us to attend 
the sixth universal fair to be held on Uranus? Paul Galarneau's 
elaborate flower exhibition will be there. I'm also interested in 
the new never get old, never get gray drugs of Lucy DiResta and 
Robert Barnafs new mathematical theory. 

WENDY: Tom Solomon, Bill Kerry, and Anthony Loiancono have made 
an electro fire work amplifier which sends gorgeous rays into the 
view of every planet. This will be on display at the fair. 

MARY LOU: Dierdra Deed is now in her twenty-second orbit around 
the galaxy. She took Tom Fay along for company, just to keep it 
a family dffair. 

WENDY: Karen Allard has been operating her ski lodge in the Alps 
for six years now. She tried the mountains of every planet and 
found none of them to compare with the Alps. In nearby Italy 
Kenneth Law owns a "swingin' pad" and writes stimulating poetry 
for Esquire, like "Dig me, dig me, do!!" 

MARY LOU: During an avalanche last year, a tunnel to the sub- 
terranial sea was accidentally discovered. Captain Theresa Angus 
and Admirals Will iam Bateman, Paul Torrisi, John Atkinson, and 
Paul Dorman have been assigned research duty there. 

WENDY: Say, Barbara Farelli has an interesting position. She operates 
an earth connecting switchboard in her own home on Saturn. She 
refuses to leave the twins Ricky and Nicky with a babysitter. Oc- 
casionally, she does visit Dotty Cooper's advanced perceptive school 
on Venus. The twins enjoy playing with little Jackie. Babs propels 
her Super Electro so fast that she usually has Louis Debenedetto on 
her tail with a speeding summons. Lucky Mr. Burke can't see her 
now! Oh, well, she can get James St. Clair to represent her in court. 

MARY LOU: Speaking of Electros! ! It didn't take Carmine Marti no, 
Walter Yankowsky, and John McClintock long to get into the space 



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ship sales and repair business. With Joanne Ropazzo as their busi- 
ness manager and Joyce Richardson as sales representative, they 
should really go far! 

WENDY: Noreen Samia visited me the other day. She is a colleague 
of mine, only she is in the field of psychiatry. George Sandner 
and Michael Pohzoth are drawing up plans for her new clinic on 
M'nute I believe Clark Stewart will be her superintendent; Sue 
Ellen Snow and Carolyn Simili, her associates. Lucille Stromei is fi- 
nancing the project (her husband is a billionaire), and Ken Steinert, 
Joyce Til ley, Aram Sarkisian, and Ken Poirier are installing oil 
their latest electronic theropy machines. 

MARY LOU: I hear Robert Murphy, Earl Shubert, and John McGibbon 
will soon be blasting off from earth to hold evangel is tic sessions 
and sunrise services on all inhabited planets. Those three are 
really dedicated preachers! 

WENDY: Would you like to go shopping with me tonight at Elaine 
Bucci's specialty shop in the metropolis of Methuen? That's where 
I buy all my clothes. She features the famous cover girl Jill D'Agata. 
While there, we could visit Anthony Alianello's IBM school. He, 
William Athayde, Karen Gorski, and John Lucinskas plan to dem- 
onstrate their rags to riches IBM machine. It is so fantastically ac- 
curate that Tom Turmel and Ed Tokowicz, their guinea pigs, are 
now multi-millionaires. 

MARY LOU: Irene Koscielniak, Diane Middlemiss, and Tony Fusco take 
care of sorting out peoples' bills when they pile up. Of course, 
taxes have been abolished since all the planets have enough na- 
tural resources to sustain them for the next thousand years. Joanne 
Ventura and Ruth Nault make directional signals for crossroads in 
space. One cute sign read, "Drive carefully or turn in your nose cone!' - 

WENDY: Oh, that one was designed by Joe Barberio. Who else would 
* think of something like that. He's been trying very hard to get 
Elaine English to go into partnership with him in commercial art, 
but she's so shy and demure, she just stays at home in Methuen 
knittmg space suits. 

MARY LOU: Did you know that Ronnie Dyer has built the first super 
rocket to be shot through the earth? It cuts the journey from New 



England to China from 10 minutes to 3 1 /; minutes. Manny Sousa and 

Ellayne Elias have been doing medical research in China. With 

the aid of the quick to spot note-taking minds of Elaine Balukoms, 

Virginia Morgan, A! I ice Laffin, and Jane Blight, they have found cures 

for over 98% of the galaxy's most dreaded diseases. 

WENDY: The blue and white house of the co-presidents of the uni- 
verse, James Brett and George Laffin, is a suspended A-shaped 
structure overlooking the twin planets. Betsy Chase is Secretary of 
State. Karin Danahy, Polly Derochers, Fran Rickley, Nancy Balfour, 
Karen Keleher, Mary Fiore, Veronica Connell, Ann Loon (she's Miss 
Universe) and Barbara Kental are sena tori a J secretaries. 

MARY LOU: Gerald ine Bassett and Velva Erban are living in Boston 
with their husbands and children. Boston has so much culture they 
just couldn't bear to leave it or Paul Anka. Also, Bonnie Mazzucco 
has her chief student leaders office in Boston. 

WENDY: On your way here, you must have passed Jim Zanfagna's 
' Noah's Ark the Second. ' Aiding him in his animal venture are 
Martha Boren and Sharyn Meehan, who wri te to various planets 
seeking new animals and birds, and Camille Bonanno, who writes 
the Animal Weekly, circulating in over one million zoos around the 
solar system. 

MARY LOU: Ginny Eastman is president of the largest business school 
In the galaxy. Some of the instructors at the school are: Pat Yurka- 
vich, poise and good grooming! Joyce Hagerty, appropria te hairdos; 
Diana Johnson, typing; Lucille Soucy, doodling artistically; Diane 
Mansur, shorthand; and Virginia Graham, coffee making — the way 
the boss likes it. 

WENDY: Wei I , any second now I should get a ray from Paula Franco, 
who is Rita Martelle's private eye. She always locates me when I'm 
late for an appointment! Rita seems to be having trouble with some 
psycho no n -conformists at her new college on Jupiter. It seems a 
Professeur Gagne fold them- he'd take away their gravitational su i ts 
if they didn't do their French. Now they all have a strange sensa- 
tion of falling off the planet. I better fly quickly, before it's too 
late!! 

MARY LOU: Wait! I'm coming too. This should prove to be hilarious! 



By Cathi Armistead and Arthur Nicholson 



Be it remembered thaf we, the Class of 1963 of Tenney Memorial 
High School, Methuen, being of sound and disposing mind and 
memory, but knowing the uncertainty of this life and being most 
fully aware that we are leaving these classic halls forever, do hereby 
make public and decree this to be our last will and testament. 

We, the senior girls, do hereby leave to the 'wonderful" junior 
girls all the senior boys, or what will be left of them. 

We, Beverly Akam and Agnes Armitage, do hereby leave to Mr. 
Goebel the task of finding two new conspirators to separate. 

I, Alan Strondak, do hereby leave to some fortunate underclassman 
my place behind the ice cream stand. 

We, Lynda Picarello and Lucille Stromei, do hereby leave to 
Mary Lou Norton our anxiety to graduate. 

We, Kenneth Ammon and James Brett, being of sneaky mind and 
sound body, do hereby leave to Jo-Anne Fichera one slightly used 
tape recorder. 

I, Noreen Samia, do hereby leave the basketball scoring book to 
Robin Medauer. 

We, Carol Moynihan and Sheila Mistal, do hereby leave to Mr. 
Russell two unused chemistry books in hopes that someday they will 
be used. 

We, Karen Keleher and Cynthia Plonowski, do hereby leave to 
our sisters three more wonderful years of high school. 

We, Sandra Bagley and Nancy Blood, do hereby leave our locker 
No. 375 to Susan Blood in hopes that when she becomes a senior 
she will keep it as pretty as we have. 

We, home room 216, do hereby leave to Mrs. Hershfield the supreme 
silence that will hover over her home room long after we have left. 

We, the 1963 Yearbook Staff, do hereby leave to Mr. W. Earl 
Lister the best yearbook that ever was or will be written in this school. 

I, Danny Bogannam, do hereby leave the worn out pen I used to 
write Mr. McDermott's 500 words and their meanings from the diction- 
ary in fifth period study hall. 

We, the senior boys of "Splui Prep": Riclt, Ron, Art, Ken, Jim, 
Steve, Jug, Bamma, Bubba, Twanko, Alley, ond Muzzy, do hereby leave 



to Jack Allen and his chosen followers the keys to Camp Heron in 
the interest that he will use this wonderful hideaway to the best of 
his ability; we also wish he would try to get the logs out of the 
lake and see that they float, because "For crying out loud, if it's 
anything we can't stand, it's logs that don't float." 

I, Pat Lawton, do hereby leave to some poor junior my seat in 
senior math. 

I, Joseph Barberio, do hereby leave to Jack Allen the Champion 
Splui Cup which I won fairly and squarely off Jim Brett, because the 
latter cheated by taking a head start. 

We, the class members of Room 221, do hereby leove to the in- 
coming class of Room 221, Mr. Jennings and his fascinating dimples 
along with his college crew cut, hoping that they appreciate Mr. Jen- 
nings and his great habits. 

I, Tom Turmel, do hereby leave my track shoes and a place in the 
Mile to Art Potvin in hopes that he will have better luck than I did. 

We, Polly Griffin, Sheila Mistal, Amy Walsh, Sandra Bagley, Dede 
Deed, Nancy Blood, Karen Allard, Elaine English, and Ann Mane 
Loon, do hereby leove to next year's senior girls our sparkling personali- 
ties, our sisterly love, 26 jars of pickled cherries from the house of 
Betty Crocker, our attractive smiles, 6 green horse fl ies fom Hamp- 
ton Town Farm, our tremendous sense of humor, 3 cases of imported 
Red Algae from the Lawrence reservoir, our vivacious charm, one lob- 
ster trap complete with seaweed, and last, but not least, our pet 
goose. General Horatio T. Cornball, and may he always keep you 
jumpin'l 

I, Carol Simili, do hereby leave to Miss Coulson all the nylons that 
I ruined on my desk in her room. 

I, Camille Bonanno, do hereby leave my co-editorship of the Blue 
& White to a felicitous and worthy junior. 

I, Karen Allard, do hereby leave my reign as Football Queen to 
next year's queen, hoping that she will be as proud in being chosen 
as I was. 

We, the 1963 Yearbook Staff, do hereby leave to next year's staff 
a sprig of dried-up mistletoe in hopes that it wM be used more next 
year than it was this year. 



I, Sheila Shisko, do hereby leave to my brother oil my old home- 
work papers and tests so that he will at least know the wrong an- 
swers. 

We, Dana Amiss and Kenneth Campbell, do hereby leave one gen- 
uine Bill the Kid sharp shooter pistol to anyone in next year's home- 
room 201. 

I, Bev Hayes, do hereby leave my locker with my white bobby socks 
that I never wore for gym class. 

I, Bev Craig, leave — quickly and quietly. I also leave an empty 
parking space in the lot for onother Chevy. 

I, Sharyn Meehan, do hereby leave to ' my friend, Sandy Moral, 
the ability to make excuses for being absent. 

I, Elaine Kalil, do hereby leave to some very lucky underclassman 
oil the wonderful senior teachers. 

I , Philip Beoulieu, do hereby leave to Mr. McDermoft my cadet uni- 
form. 

I, Susan Eaton, do hereby leave to my sister Nancy all my free 
lunches in the cafe and all my posses so that she may enjoy her senior 
year as much as I did. 

We, Martha McKenzie and Carol Moynihan, do hereby leave to Jack 
Allen all our old Latin papers in hopes that he will put them to good 
use next yeor. 

We, Dottie Cooper and Angie Buco, do hereby leave to any energetic 
junior girl a drawerful of typed masters and 2 purple typewriters on 
which to type the new masters. 

We, Joanne Rapazzo, Karen Keleher, Cindy Plonowski, Velva Er- 
bon, Monica McRobbie and Polly and Sharon Derochers, do hereby 
leave to Tenney High School two brothers and four sisters to do with 
as it wishes. 

We, the senior girls on the lunch toble nearest the cafeteria cage, 
do hereby leave our toble to some deserving juniors so they won' t have 
to fight for it as we did. 

I , Sheila Shisko, do hereby leave to some fortunate freshman girl 
the right to adopt a brother like Dick. 

I, Jim Kolifrath, do hereby leave my Frankie Fontaine hat to Miss 
Coulson. 

I, Judy Kolba, do hereby leave to Ella Zackarakas my uniform, a 
bog of smiles, a book of cheers, and a truck load of patience. 

I, Thomas A. Solomon, do hereby leave to Tenney High School my 
name suitably inscribed somewhere in Mr. Fradette's 3rd and 4th 
period classes. 

We, Dick Sideri and Jim Morrissey, do hereby leave to our beloved 
5 th period study hall teacher, Mr. McDermott, the 50 stadium steps 
that we didn' t have to run during football , a basketbal I so that if he 
doesn' t get his way he can fake his ball and go home, and one un- 
abridged dictionory wi fh the 500 more-than-one-word-definitions that 
we didn't write for him. We also leave him one genuine cracked rec- 
ord of Sara Jockman" because "He's nice TOO!!" 

We, the class members of homeroom 217, do hereby leave to Mrs. 
Monroe all the fond memories of her quiet homeroom. 

I, Barney Naigler, do hereby leave to Bill Coyle my happy hours in 
the cafeteria. 

I , Franny Rick ley, do hereby leave to my sister Gerri the right to 
date any boy in the school, provided they are chaperoned. 

I, George Loffin, do hereby leave to Len Samia, Ray Ruais, and Ray 
Bardsley my Miss Coulson Consternation Kit complete with detailed 
instructions. 

I, Mortha Boren, do hereby leave to Miss Ruth Lange, all the won- 
derful memories of the Wednesday Activi ties and of Angie, Elaine, 
Gito, and myself. 

I , Corrlne Kondry, do hereby leave to next year's senior class Presi- 
denr Richard Nicholson, our class advisor and friend, Mr. Russell, along 
with a bottle of aspirins, a case of nervousness, and a book called 
How to Speak Welt at a Moment's Notice." 

I, Kenney Campbell , do hereby leave all the enjoyment of being 
Student Director at the Senior Class Ploy to some deserving junior. 

I , Mary Lou Walt her, do hereby leave my blush and all the teasing 
that goes with it to anyone who wonts them. 

I , Sharon Derochers, do hereby leave one dictionary to anyone who 
will have Mr. McDermott for study hall next year. 

We, Miss Doron's sixth period shorthand II class, do hereby be- 
queath to the juniors taking shorthand II our unmoilable transcripts, 
along with our deflated egos and our straight E's. 

We, Martha Boren and Angie Buco, do hereby leave to Mr. John 
(Tiger) Burke a new clutch and shift to recondition his training car 
which has surely taken a beating by these two experienced drivers. 

I, Peggie Hikel, in sound mind and joyous spirit, do hereby leave 
to any deserving and honorable girls with the name Margaret my most 
gracious nickname "Maggie." 

We, the inhabitants of home room 201, do hereby leave to Mr. 
Rushton 2,001 back issues of the morning excuse and the evening alibi. 

I, Jeff Bardsley, do hereby leave to Mr. Russell one answer book, 
a bucket of sand, a mirage, a banana, and a hand grenade (Live). 



I, Arthur Nicholson, do hereby leave to my brother Richard all the 
fun and troubles of the senior year. 

I, Pat Lawton, do hereby leave to a certain R. H. a certain M. H. to 
take my place during his senior year. 

We, Gerrie Bassett, Valva Erban, and Peggie Hikel, do hereby leave 
to all next year's Arabs our slogan, "Ya Habeebie" and our reserved 
parking spaces for our camels, Tanous, Abdul loh, and Saleem! Good 
Travel ing! 

I, Alan Cirella, do hereby leave to any hungry underclassman the 
same bags of peanuts that caused me to get three days detention. 

I, Bill Coughlin, do hereby leave to AI Blaney the right to date 
any girl in Methuen as long as they are chaperoned. 

I , Alan Strondak, do hereby leave to Jack AI len my pair of 'trap 
door long johns to make him more comfortable when he goes camp- 
ing at Camp Heron. 

I , Betty Houston, do hereby leave to my tiny sister Claudia (an en- 
tering freshman for Sept. 1963) my old gym suit. 

I , Diana Johnson, do hereby leave to Mr. Shea all the days of ag- 
ony in the future without my cheerful "Hell-O, Mr. Shea!" 

We, Karen, Kothy, and Monica, do hereby leave to Miss Ruth Longe 
the broken machines on the floor of Room 117 after third period study. 

We, Bev, Cindy, Karen, and Nancy, do hereby leave aH our pamph- 
lets of New York, our exci tement, and our phony southern accents to 
Ginny, Joanne, and Pickles. 

I, Lucy DiResta, do hereby leave half a parking spoce to anyone 
who can fi t i nto it. 

I, Gita Hajjar, do hereby leave to Miss Ruth Lange a record that 
says: "Homeroom seats, please!" and the gift of onother Hajjar next 
year! 

We, the members of Mr. Russell's HAPPY, HAPPY, physics class, leave 
to our fearless leader a package of test tubes, a pocket full of dreams, 
and a case of malaria. 

I, Karin Danahy, do hereby leave all my books to Miss Coulson's de- 
lightful closet. 

We, the students of room 216, do hereby leave to our wonderful 
homeroom teacher, Mrs. Hershfield, a head full of gray hair and an 
ulcer. 

1, Carol Waite, do hereby leave to my nephew, Larry Trovers, a 
dictionary in case he has to write 500 words and their meanings for 
a certain teacher. 

I, Cathi Armistead, do hereby leave to Mr. Melia, all his corny 
jokes, all my corny remarks; and the wonderful memories of trying to 
get Karin to talk to him. 

We, the Capri s, do hereby leave to the junior Capris, our theme 
song and appetites. 

We, Bob Asadoor and Jeff Bardsley, do hereby leave to Mr. Fradetfe 
one lifetime membership card for the National Critics Club, a year's 
supply of mirrors, a tube of Brylcream, and a jokebook. 

1, Dick Siden, do hereby leave to some poor freshman the right to 
get stuck sitting behind a stubborn blonde (Sheila) for four years. 

We, Jean Benoi I and Cammille Bonanno, do hereby leave our locker 
No. 373 to any junior who can open it! 

We, the members of the senior class, leave a pair of bowling shoes 
to Mr. Fredette. For obvious reasons, we didn't bother to buy you a 
bal I . 

I, Alice Loffin, do hereby leave to my brother Maurice my type- 
writer in room 119. 

We, Karen Gorski and Jeon Benoit, do hereby leave to next year's 
Prom Committee their faithful slave, Mr. Melia, their shrewd financier 
Mr. Russell, and all the "red tape" left over from 1963. 

I, Eloine Levesque, do hereby leave to Diona Klaire the dress with 
the sleeves on inside out in hopes that she may fix it next year in 
sewing class. 

I, Ron Dyer, do hereby leave to my brother Dick one pair of muddy 
ragged, blood-stained football spikes. 

We, the members of homeroom 216, leave to Mrs. Hershfield Mrs 
Hovanas.an's new record album — -Shirly and the Guitar Rockers, chant 
the Wo4usi and other Irish Favorites. 

I Paula Merrow, do hereby leave to the 5th period study hall Mr 
McDermoft. 

I, Terri Cook, do hereby leave all that I was taught in advanced 
math in my advonced math book. 

I, Wendy Sleeper leave to Jean Marchlik my majorette bloomers in 
hopes that she will cherish them os much os I did. 

I Joyce Rodgers, do hereby leave to Cindy Smith fhe nickname 
Cindy Smott with the hope that she will enjoy it as much as I enjoyed 
my nickname. ' 

We, Joe LaGrasse and Joe Marcello, do hereby leave to the sopho- 
more girls our year-round reserved chairs. 

o\nL inv, o 7^'^?' ,h , e L Senior Cl °". d ° h "*Y leave to the juniors 
oil the |oys and troubles of being seniors. 

[orH e n„ n,e ^° nd J W L , , ne "'L d , J hls , ,en,h d °y °' J«ne in the yeor of our 
Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred ond Sixty-three. 



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